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FASCINATING FACTS FOR TODAY BEGINS

Hello! Blog Readers, 

As the intent of this Blog is to be the source of inspiration and information, i have decided to start up a weekly series titled, "Fascinating Facts For Today." Here, facts that have existed that you may not know are lucidly revealed. There is no future without history. History can lead to new insights/inspiration which is the core of this blog. Therefore you are welcome as we ride on this page to a world of discovery....



















Fascinating Facts For Today.<<<06.02.15>>>

#FACT:  Mexico City, the oldest capital city in the Americas, is sinking at a rate of six to eight inches a year because its built on top of an underground reservoir. Wells are drawing out more and more water for the city's growing population of more than 15 million people

#FACT: A cough releases an explosive charge of air that moves at speed of up to 60 mph.

#FACT: From the 1500s to the 1700s, tobacco was prescribed by doctors to treat a variety of ailments including headaches, toothache, arthritis and bad breath. (...don't ask me how)

#FACT: The shortest war on record was fought between Zanzibar and the UK in 1896. Zanzibar surrendered after 38 minutes.

#FACT: People who laugh a lot are much healthier than those who don't. Dr. Lee Berk at the Loma Linda school of Public health, California discovered that laughing lowers levels of stress hormones, and strengthens the immune system. Six-year olds laugh an average of 300 times a day. Adults only laugh 15 to 100 times a day. Cheers

N.B: Do you have fascinating facts to share or short inspiring,informative stories that are facts for this segment? send it in. you will be rightly acknowledged, however make sure they are properly referenced if its someone else's work.
Your comments are most welcomed also.


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