Human liver is often called the body's 'Chemical factory' and performs over 500 functions Our eyes are always the same size from birth but our nose and ears grow.
Human heart, the hollow muscular organ, weighs 340 gm on an average.
The small intestine is four times longer than the large intestine. And it has an incredible length of 20 ft while the long intestine is only 5 ft.
Our sense of touch is more refined than any other device created. When we touch something, we send a message to our brain at a speed of 200 KMPH.
If the liver stops functioning, a person will die within 8 to 24 hours.
Tapeworm found in human intestines may be up to 60 ft in length.
Our nose is our personal air- conditioning system. It warms the cold air, cools the hot air and filters the impurities with the help of hairs present in it.
Someone who weighs about 75 kg has about 5 litres of blood. If the same person lives in higher altitude, he will have 6 litres of blood.
The right side of your brain controls the left side of your body, and vice versa.
Each day, we usually produce 1.7 litres of saliva, a watery secretion which consists of mucus and fluid. Its enzyme ptyalin aids digestion and a chemical called lysozyme, acts as a disinfectant which helps to protect the mouth from infection.