1. The average British child says ‘like' five times more than their grandparents.
  2. Long-term mobile phone use significantly increases the risk of brain tumours, a study found.
  3. People with many friends
    live 3.7 years more
    than those
    who are isolated.
  4. Students who chew gum have better math test scores than those who do not, a study found.
  5. Joggers live, on average,
    six years longer.
  6. Elephants' legs propel them around just like a 4x4.
  7. Radiation from WiFi connections can reduce sperm activity in up to a quarter of men.
  8. About 100 elephants are being killed every day for their ivory.
  9. Over half of public swimming pools in the U.S have fecal matter.
  10. People who take "siestas" often are more likely to have high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
  11. 35%
    of men from rural Brazil have had sex with an animal, a study found.
  12. Breathing the air of Beijing has the same health risks as smoking 21 cigarettes a day.
  13. It's scientifically proven: being in love makes you a less productive person.
  14. The occurrence of nightmares could be due to heart conditions, migraine, sleep deprivation and beta blockers.
  15. A study found that Viagra is as good as painkillers for period pain, without their side-effects.
  16. In the U.S., Childhood Food Allergies Cost Nearly US$25 Billion Every Year.
  17. Small Animals Sense Time Slower Than Humans.
  18. Birds keep their nests warm and pest-free by lining them with cigarette butts.
  19. Studies have found that rats are actually kind and generous.
  20. New Zealand is the fastest country in the world to start a business: just one day.
  21. Your Facebook "likes" are protected by the U.S. constitution's first amendment.
  22. Sleep deprivation affects the brain in multiple ways that can impair judgment and slow reaction.
  23. At the Wife Carrying World Championships in Finland, first prize is the wife's weight in beer.
  24. Albert Einstein had no car of his own and he also never learned how to drive.
  25. The creator of the iPod first offered the idea to Philips and RealNetworks, but they failed to see its potential.
  26. 70%
    of murders in Detroit go unsolved.
  27. Fast food ice can be dirtier than toilet water, a study found.
  28. When Louis Pasteur was working on the rabies vaccine, if he or his assistants got infected, they were to be shot in the head.
  29. Babies are born with self-awareness which allows them to differentiate their bodies from other people's.
  30. The launch code for all U.S. Minuteman nuclear missiles for 20 years used the same code: 00000000.
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