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Interesting and Weird Fun Facts that you should know!



There are some of the interesting facts that you must know.

1. Just like our fingers, every human being has its own unique tongue print.

2. Studies show that staying in touch with family and friends can ward off memory loss and help you live longer.

3. Regular exercise can lower womens cancer risk, but only if she is getting enough sleep.

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4. Though it makes up only 2 percent of our total body weight, the brain demands 20 percent of the body’s oxygen and calories.

5. Science says sugary and fatty foods, consumed even before you’re born, can wreak havoc on your future relationship with fat.

6. Watching a funny movie for even 15 minutes can increase your blood flow. Remember to laugh every day—it can keep your heart happy and healthy.

7. Research has shown that eating more fruits, vegetables, and fiber can actually change the blood’s sensitivity to insulin within as little as two weeks.

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8. Your brain technically has the ability to store every single thing you’ve ever seen or heard or experienced.

9. Garlic contains sulfur compounds that may stimulate the immune system’s natural defenses against cancer, and may have the potential to reduce tumor growth.

10. Sweat is odorless and body odor actually comes from it mixing with bacteria on the skin.

11. Although smaller in size, a woman’s heart beats faster than that of man’s even while asleep.

12. The average person produces enough saliva to fill two swimming pools in their lifetime.

13. Our noses can remember about 50,000 different fragnance.

14. There is no scientific evidence supporting the fact that shaving leads to hair growing back thicker.

15. Your Fingernails grow nearly four times faster than toenails.

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Kids with multiple siblings at greater risk of getting bullied



While having siblings makes childhood blissful, it can also lead to bullying, finds a new study.

A child with multiple siblings is more likely to be a victim of sibling bullying than those with only one brother or sister.

First-born children and elder brothers tend to be the perpetrators, according to the study.
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Sibling bullying is defined as psychological abuse (saying nasty or hurtful things), physical abuse (hitting, kicking or pushing) or emotional abuse (ignoring one’s sibling, telling lies or spreading false rumours).

For the study, the researchers analysed 6,838 children and their mothers. The kids were put into four categories: victims, bully victims – they bullied and were bullied – bullies or uninvolved.

“Sibling bullying is the most frequent form of family violence and it is often seen as a normal part of growing up by parents and health professionals, but there is increasing evidence that it can have long-term consequences, like increased loneliness, delinquency and mental health problems,” said lead author Dieter Wolke at the University of Warwick in Britain.

The findings, published in the journal Developmental Psychology, found that approximately 28 per cent of the children were involved in sibling bullying and psychological abuse was the most common form. The majority of those children were found to be bully victims.

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“Siblings live in close quarters and the familiarity allows them to know what buttons to press to upset their brothers or sisters. This can go both ways and allows a child to be both a victim and a perpetrator of bullying,” said Wolke.

Importantly, family structure and gender were the strongest predictors of sibling bullying by middle childhood, according to the researchers.

“Bullying was more likely to occur in families with three or more children and the eldest child or older brothers were more often the bullies,” said Dantchev. “Female children and younger children were more often targeted.”

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Furthermore, bullying can happen in larger families because resources such as parental affection or attention and material goods are more limited, researchers believe.

Competition for limited resources within family may lead to fight for dominance, said the study.

“It will be important for parents to realise and understand that resource loss can affect an older child. It is a good idea for parents to manage this from the beginning by spending quality time with their firstborn or older children and by involving them in caring for younger siblings,” Wolke suggested.

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