Interesting Facts About the Human Body for Kids


Interesting Facts About the Human Body for Kids


By Naomi Sarah

1. The strongest muscle in the human body is the tongue. You might like to go through muscular system facts.
2. The skull is made up of 29 different kinds of bones. Also see, how many bones in the human body.
3. The human heart and other body functions stop all at once, when one sneezes.
4. It takes 72 muscles to flex, for one to speak.

5. The body is made up of 80% water.
6. It isn’t possible to sneeze with your eyes open.
7. An average human blinks about 6,205,000 times a year.
8. The stomach needs to produce a new mucus layer every 2 weeks, else it would digest itself.
9. Humans have unique tongue prints, just like finger prints.
10. Only humans can secrete tears from emotion; when animals do, it is due to some physical reasons.
11. It takes the body about 12 hours to completely digest the food present in the digestive system.
12. Humans experience REM (Rapid Eye Movement), when witnessing vivid dreams.
13. Your ears and nose continue to grow throughout your life.
14. Some of the body parts that we don’t require are – the appendix, pinkie toe, wisdom teeth and tonsils.
15. It takes 43 muscles to frown, and 17 to smile.
16. Average head of hair, has about 100,000 strands.
17. If you work on a computer for hours, staring at a blank piece of white paper will appear pink.
18. Humans lose at least 40-100 strands of hair per day.
19. It isn’t possible for one to tickle themselves.
20. All babies are born with blue eyes, until they acquire their true eye colors as they grow up.

These human body systems, make up the whole of our bodies and allows each of us to function in a certain way. What the body experiences, whether good/bad, we are able to identify and rectify/satisfy depending upon what signals are sent by the body to our brains. There are many factors that go into the workings of our bodies, including the many weird facts about the human body.


Business career
Roman Abramovich started his multi-
billion-dollar business during his
army service.[2] After a brief stint in
the Soviet Army, he married his first
wife, Olga. He first worked as a
street-trader and then as a mechanic
at a local factory.[3] At the peak of
perestroika, Abramovich sold
imported rubber ducks from his
Moscow apartment.[4]
He attended the Gubkin Institute of
Oil and Gas in Moscow (where he sold
retreaded car tires as a sideline[5]),
then traded commodities for
Runicom, a Swiss trading company.[6]
In 1988, as perestroika opened up
opportunities for entrepreneurs in the
Soviet Union, Abramovich got a
chance to legitimize his old business.
[7] He and Olga set up a company
making dolls. Due to his business
acumen, within a few years his wealth
spread from oil conglomerates to pig
farms and he also started investing in
other businesses.[citation needed]
Abramovich set up and liquidated at
least 20 companies during the early
1990s, in sectors as diverse as tire
retreading and bodyguard
From 1992 to 1995, Abramovich
founded five companies that
conducted resale, produced consumer
goods, and acted as intermediaries,
eventually specializing in the trading
of oil and oil products. However, in
1992, he was arrested and sent to
prison in a case of theft of
government property: AVEKS-Komi
sent a train containing 55 cisterns of
diesel fuel, worth 3.8 million roubles,
from the Ukhta Oil Refinery;
Abramovich met the train in Moscow
and resent the shipment to the
Kaliningrad military base under a
fake agreement, but the fuel arrived
in Riga. Abramovich co-operated with
the investigation, and the case was
closed after the oil production
factory was compensated by the
diesel’s buyer, the Latvian-US
company, Chikora International.[10]
In 1995, Abramovich and Boris
Berezovsky, an associate of President
Boris Yeltsin, acquired the controlling
interest in the large oil company
Sibneft. The deal was within the
controversial loans-for-shares
program and each partner paid US
$100 million for half of the company,
below the stake’s stock market value
of US$150 million at the time, and
rapidly turned it up into billions. The
fast-rising value of the company led
many observers, in hindsight, to
suggest that the real cost of the
company should have been in the
billions of dollars.[11] Abramovich
later admitted in court that he paid
huge bribes (in billions) to
government officials and obtained
protection from gangsters to acquire
these and other assets (including
aluminium assets during the
aluminium wars).[12]
Thus the main stages of
Abramovich’s financial career were
January 1989 to May 1991, as
chairman of the Comfort Co-op
(manufacturer of plastic toys), and
May 1991 to May 1993, as director of
the ABK small enterprise in Moscow.
According to various sources, from
1992 to 1995 Roman Abramovich set
up five companies engaged in the
production of consumer goods and
selling-and-buying. In May 1995,
jointly with Boris Berezovsky, he set
up the P.K. Trust close joint-stock
company. In 1995 and 1996, he
established another 10 firms: Mekong
close joint-stock company,
Centurion-M close joint-stock
company, Agrofert limited liability
company, Multitrans close joint-stock
company, Oilimpex close joint-stock
company, Sibreal close joint-stock
company, Forneft close joint-stock
company, Servet close joint-stock
company, Branco close joint-stock
company, Vector-A limited liability
company, which, again together with
Berezovsky, he used to purchase the
shares of the Sibneft public company.

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It had been about four years since we discussed Gabriel’s development with a doctor. At his last appointment, the pediatrician on his case basically told us, “Just keep doing what you’re doing. No followup appointments are necessary, but call me if you have any other concerns.” We contacted him once after the encouragement of a couple of speech therapists, who thought Gabriel should be re-evaluated. They were convinced that he has autism. His doctor disagreed. So, we left…

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2014 Goals – It’s not too late

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It’s almost the end of January. How is your planning for 2014 coming along?

I don’t do resolutions, I make plans. Last year, I got a little overwhelmed, I had goals, but no specific plans in place to support them. This year, I’m still dreaming big, but I’m trying to put more structure in place to support my goals. What’s that, you don’t have goals or a plan for 2014? Psshhh, no worries, it’s never to late to start! Click your mouse and break out the gel pens and let’s get started! There is no need to reinvent the wheel, I found several planning programs on line, two are even free!

The first is Unraveling The Year 2014 by Susannah Conway.  This is the 4th year I’ve completed Conway’s program and I really enjoy it. She walks you through thoroughly dissecting 2013 and then asks a series of questions to help…

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Personal Prayer Perks

A compilation

free-bible-studies-online-anchorOne of the fruits of prayer, besides bringing results and answers, is the effect and fruit it has in your own life and spirit. Pouring out your heart to Me keeps you close to Me, keeps you desperate, and keeps you in My Spirit, and protects you from negative influences. Prayer is one of the greatest protections you can have. It helps to keep your heart and spirit clean.
Jesus, speaking in prophecy


Why pray? I have asked this question almost every day of my Christian life, especially when God’s presence seems far away and I wonder if prayer is a pious form of talking to myself. I have asked it when I read theology, wondering what use there may be in repeating what God must surely know. My conclusions will unfold only gradually, but I begin here because prayer has…

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