Interesting Facts For My Followers 09/29/2013



* Even though the grizzly bear is California’s official state animal, none have been seen there since 1922.


* More breakfast cereal is made in Battle Creek, Michigan than in any other city worldwide.


* Although English is the most commonly spoken language in the United States, no official national language exists.


* Alaska is the state with the highest percentage of people who walk to work.



until next time….


Interesting Facts For My Followers 08/18/2013

* The trench coat got it’s start in the armed services. As it’s name suggests, the coat was worn by British and French soldiers while fighting in the trenches of WWI.


* When it comes to exercise, the wholesomeness of small town living versus the evils of big city living may be more myth than fact. As reported in Medicine & Science in Sports & exercise magazine, nationwide study of leisure time and exercise found that people in large cities had the highest rates of daily activity, while rural residents(especially in the South) had the highest prevalence of inactivity and lowest levels of physical fitness.


* If you are walking normally, you take about 70 steps in a minute. That’s 3-4 calories burned each minute.

* Some specialty brands of clothing now have Sun Protection Factor(SPF) rating on their shirts, pants, shorts, and hats. As a rule, dark colors offer more protection than lighter ones , and tightly woven fibers provide more protection than loose woven clothing. If you can see light through a fabric, UV rays can penetrate it.



Interesting Facts For My Followers 8/11/2013

Hey Guys! I’m back with more interesting things for you, hope you enjoy!


  • Several studies show that the antioxidants in coffee offer protection against disease of the liver and colon and Parkinson’s disease.


  • To prevent nail polish from thickening, store it in the refrigerator.


  • Dab petroleum jelly on your pulse points before applying your perfume, your perfume will last much longer that way.


  • Woman are more prone to dementia illnesses, such as Alzheimer’s, than men.


  • Walking five to six days  out of the week for 45 mins has been shown to decrease the risk of infection and boosts immunity the natural way.

Sexual Customs Fact or???

The United States has many laws governing sexual behavior more than all the European nations combined. The only legally sanctioned sexual act in the United States is private heterosexual or homosexual intercourse between married adults. Some societies have no words for indecent, obscene, or impure in their vocabularies. The topic of sex is not considered shameful or embarrassing. Boys in Mangia are given sexual instructions and taught sexual techniques and various coital positions, breast stimulations, cunnilingus, and methods displaying ejaculation so their female partners can experience orgasms. The inhabitants of Bali and India have no elaborate practices of seduction. If sex is desired, one needs simply to ask. The Aweikoma of Brazil feel that since eating and intercourse involve body orifices, the same term is used for both activities. Tinquian people of the Pacific Islands do not kiss, instead, they place their lips close to their partners’ lips and rapidly inhale. The National Center Of Health reports that 70 percent of married women have had premarital sex and that 95 percent of American women have had sex by the age of 25. Americans are exposed to some form of sexual innuendo about 12 times an hour or every 5 mins.

Interesting Facts For My Followers 07/21/2013

It’s another Sunday! Which means I have a few interesting facts to share with you. Enjoy Guys!!!!!


Make sure your body get enough potassium, without it your body cannot produce enough hormones such as estrogen and those for the sex drive.


* Diuretics deplete the body of vitamin B, so if you take them make sure you get plenty of vitamin B and a good multimineral supplement. 


* The first vaccine for Hepatitis A was given in 1992.


* The first vaccine for Lyme Disease was given in 1998.


* A heart was first transplanted in a human by Dr. Christiaan Barnard in South Africa In 1967.


more facts next week! Thanks Guys!

Facts For My Followers 07/14/2013

Hey Guys !

I’m back to give you more facts this week, hope you enjoy and remember more to come next week!!!

* Scientists James Dewey Watson and Frances Harry Compton Crick won the Nobel Prize. In 1953, the pair became the first to identify the genetic instructions for all living organisms: deoxyribonucleic acid ( DNA).


* Florence Nightingale is known as the founder of nursing , she was born in Florence, Italy, in 1820.


* CT scans use X-rays to take three dimensional images of the insides of objects/ MRI uses a large magnet to visualize the inside of an object.


* The vaccine for anthrax was first given in 1954.


* The first vaccine for the Rotavirus was first given in 1998.


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Interesting Facts For My Followers 07/07/13

It’s the end of another week and I have listed just a few interesting facts down below. Enjoy Guys!

* Regular breast massage helps prevent disease, giving resiliency and suppleness to breast tissue and breaking up fibrocystic and scar tissue, and circulating healthy lymph throughout the body. Like any other part of the body, breasts require movement and circulation to keep them healthy.


* Increase your consumption of cabbage, which stimulates the body to produce more antibodies to combat infections.


* John Langdon Down was the first to describe the syndrome we now call Down Syndrome in 1865. 


* If your home was built before 1980, there’s a good chance that it contains lead paint. It isn’t safe to use a scraper, sander, or a heat gun to remove any loose paint chips or to paint over exposed, weathered patches. The dust and vapors could raise your lead levels. Professional lead removal is safe. 


more interesting facts next week!

Interesting Facts For My Followers!

Here are a few interesting facts for my followers. I thought this would be a great way to conclude the week. Enjoy!

Benjamin Franklin built the first American hospital in Philadelphia in 1751


Wilhem Roentgen revolutionized medical diagnosis in 1895 when he discovered X-rays while experimenting with vacuum tubes. His first image was of his wife’s hand.


John Hopps invented the first heart pacemaker in 1950


* In 1970, eight percent of all U.S. physicians were women. By 1980, that number had exceeded twelve percent. 


More interesting facts next week!