human body cells and bacteria

human body cells and bacteria:

About 32 million bacteria call every inch of your skin
Germaphobes don't need to worry however , as a majority of these are entirely harmless and some are even help full in maintaining a healthy body.

Human shed and regrow outer skin cells about every 27 days.
Skin protects your delicate internal organs from the elements and as such, dries and flakes off completely about once a mouth so that it can maintain its strength . Chances are that last month's skin is still hanging around your house in the form of the dust on your bookshelf or under the couch.

Three hundred million cells in the human body every minute
While that sounds like a lot, its really just a small fraction of the cells that are in the human body. Estimates have placed the total number of cells in the body at 10-50 trillion so you can afford to lose a few hundred million without a hitch.

Humans shed about 600000 particles of skin every hour
You may not think much about losing skin if yours isn't dry or flaky or peeling from a sunburn, but your skin is constantly renewing itself and shedding dead cells

Every day an adult body produces 300 billion new cell
Your body not only needs energy to keep your organs up and running but also to constantly repair and build new cells to form the building blocks of your body itself

Every Tongue print is unique
If you're planning on committing a crime , don't think you'll get away with leaving a tongue print behind. Each tongue is different and yours could be unique enough to finger you as the culprit

Your body has enough iron in it to make a nail 3 inches long
Anyone who has ever tasted blood knows that it has a slightly metallic taste. This is due the high levels of this iron  out of the body, you'd have enough to make a small nail and very severe anemia

The most common blood  type in the world is type O
Blood blanks find it valuable as it can be given to those with both type A-H or Bombay blood due to the location of its discovery, has been found in less than hundred people since it was discovered

Human lips have a reddish color because of the great concentration of tiny capillaries just below the skin
The blood in these capillaries is normally highly oxygenated and therefore quite red. This explain why the lips appear pale when a person is anemic or has lost -

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