In our body, every second is created and destroyed 15 million erythrocytes (red blood cells).
Air speed when you sneeze can reach 150 kilometers per hour.
The fastest muscle in our body that which lowers and raises the eyelid.
The hair on our body grow at a rate on average half an inch per month, with summer growth rate slightly faster than in the winter.
The human body decomposes in water four times faster than in air.
In a healthy person with a bleeding blood begins to clot in less than 10 seconds.
In the human brain after death continues to generate electrical pulses for a further 37 hours.
In order to grow the nail "from scratch", a person needs five to six months.
An hour of typing on a computer, our body spends about 105 calories.
All our skin weighs twice as much than our brains.