Monday, 16 March 2015
The adult human brain is about 2 % of total body weight.
On an average 1.7 liters of saliva produces each day.
In one square inch of skin, there are 3 million cells.
The human body consists of over 600 muscles.
As we get older, the brain loses almost one gram per year.
Oesophagus/or food pipe, which is the passage for the food we eat to the stomach, is approximately 25 cm long.
A square inch of skin consists of three yards of blood vessel.
There are about 13, 500,00 neurons in the human spinal cord.
The human tongue has 10,000 taste buds.
The cells of taste buds are constantly being renewed, roughly on every ten hours.
An average human head weighs about 8 pounds.
The human eyeball is 24.5 mm long.
Taste buds are present inside the mouth and also at the roof of the mouth.
The human spinal cord is 45 cm long in men and 43 cm long in women.
The weight of human cerebellum is 150g.
The strongest muscles of the human body are masseters, which are present on either side of the mouth.
The human liver performs 500 different functions.
The heart muscles will stop working only when we die.
Children have more sensitive ears than adults.
Shivering is a way of trying to keep our body warm.
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