The word “medical” is usually used for science of medicine and for treatment of any physical injuries or illnesses. Today this word is used as a replacement of medical studies or medical treatment. Medical has played a great role in determining the modern day’s man status in the world. It has been found that medical and medicine existed there since the first man took birth. The only difference is that then, the ancient people did not have the facilities we have today. But it is also evident from studies that if ancient people did not have the facilities like we do have today, they did not have the diseases and illnesses either like we do have.
Every second, in an average human body, about 2.5 million red blood cells are being produced.
A normal sneezing has the air pressure of just like wind travelling at 166 kilo meters per hour.
A normal human brain is much efficient than any super computer so the possibility of “forgetting” something permanently eliminates as far as the human brain is properly working.
At least 30 muscles work when we smile… and it goes to 100s when we shout.
5. Reality of chewing gum
Chewing gum takes 7 years to pass through our whole internal system because our stomach can digest even cement but can’t digest chewing gum. Chewing gum does not even stick in our body.
6. Coffee and its working
A moderate cup of coffee can offset the effect of alcohol and every time you take a cup of coffee it sobers you up but it doesn’t do this actually!
7. Our teeth
People think that brushing teeth thrice a day will “whiten” their teeth but medical study says that it does not matter how many times you brush your teeth it will not change the color of your teeth.
8. Lunar behavior vs. human behavior
It is a common myth that human behavior changes with the moon stages especially at the lunar eclipse, but medical study has proved that it’s just a myth.
Medical study shows that whenever a person is on dieting, first of all face is affected. And when somebody puts on weight only face gets fatten at first!
10. Environment and health
Medical study shows that environment has greater effect on women than men. Like social, economic and cultural changes affect the life expectancy of women more intensely and deeply.