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Facts regarding the human body

 Bacteria Bonanza: Our bodies are like a mega city for bacteria. We are talking trillions of these tiny dudes living inside us, helping out with stuff like inflammation and disease. It is like having a tiny army inside you, keeping things in check.

Speedy Eyes: Blink and you'll miss it  literally. The fastest muscle in your body is the one that makes you blink. It is so quick, it can contract in less than 1/100th of a second. That is why when something happens super fast, we say it is "in the blink of an eye."

Miles of Blood Vessels: Get this you have got over 100,000 miles of blood vessels in your body. If you laid them all out, they'd circle the Earth four times. That is a lot of internal highways!

Rare Green Eyes: Only about 2% of people have green eyes. It is like winning the eye color lottery. Most of these lucky folks are in Ireland, Scotland, and Northern Europe.

Nearly Identical: Here's a mind-bender all humans are more than 99% identical in their DNA. It is that tiny 1% difference that makes us all unique.

Skin The Bodyguard: Your skin is not just there to look good. It is your largest organ and does a ton of important stuff like regulating temperature, sensing touch, and healing wounds.

Nostril Shift: Ever notice you breathe more through one nostril than the other? That's your body giving each nostril a break. It is a tag team effort to keep the air moist and your lungs happy.

Yawning Mystery: We all yawn, but no one really knows why. Some think it is to get more oxygen, others say it is about regulating temperature. It is one of those weird body mysteries.

Eyes Do not Grow: Unlike your nose and ears, your eyes stay the same size from birth. That is why babies look so darn cute with their big eyes.

Facts regarding the human body

Memory Remix: Every time you remember something, your brain is actually rewriting that memory. So, those childhood memories might not be as accurate as you think.

Morning Height: You are taller in the morning. Thanks to gravity, you shrink a bit during the day as your cartilage gets squished.

Breathing vs. Swallowing: You can not breathe and swallow at the same time. It is a safety feature to stop you from choking.

Cell Factory: Your body is making 25 million new cells every second. That is like a mini cell factory working non-stop.