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Genuine Facts About The Human Body Everyone Should Be Aware Of

Number of bones: 206.

Number of muscles: 639

Number of kidneys: 2

Number of milk teeth: 20

Number of ribs: 24 (12 pair)

Heart chamber number: 4

The aorta is the largest of the major arteries.

Normotensive blood pressure is 120/80 millimeters mercury.

7.4 on the pH scale of the blood.

In the spinal column, there are 33 vertebrae in total.

7 bones make up the neck's vertebral column.

The middle ear contains six bones.

In the face, there are 14 bones.

The skull has 22 bones, which is the most of any animal.

In the chest, there are twenty-five bones.

Arms have six bones in total.

The human arm has 72 muscles, which is a large number.

In the heart, there are two pumps.

The skin is the largest organ.

The liver is the most significant gland in terms of size and function.

The female ovum is the largest cell.

Sperm is the smallest cell.

It is the Stapes middle ear bone that is the smallest of all.

Transplanted kidney was the very first organ.

A typical small intestine length is 7 meters.

Approximately 1.5 meters in length, the large intestine is the longest part of the digestive tract.

Approximately 3 kilograms is the average weight of a newborn child.

Count the number of times your heart beats in one minute: 72

98.4 degrees Fahrenheit is the normal body temperature.

Approximately 4 to 5 liters of blood on average.

Lifetime Approximately 120 days for red blood cells.

Lifetime It takes 10 to 15 days for white blood cells to replenish themselves.

There are 280 days left in the pregnancy period (40 weeks)

In the human foot, there are 33 bones.

In each wrist, there are eight bones.

Hand contains a total of twenty-seven bones

Thyroid gland is the largest endocrine gland.

It is the Spleen which is the largest lymphatic organ.

Fibula (thigh bone) is the largest and most powerful of all the bones in the body.

The Stapedius muscle is the smallest of the three (middle ear)

The number of chromosomes in the human genome is forty-six (23 pair)

304 newborn baby bones have been discovered thus far.

Blood viscosity ranges between 4.5 and 5.5 times the normal value.

Donor blood group O is universal.

Receiver blood group AB (universal recipient)

Monocytic leukocytes (monocytes) are the most massive white blood cells.

Immunoglobulin-producing lymphocytes are the smallest type of white blood cells.

It is known as polycythemia if there is an increase in the number of red blood cells.

It is the Spleen that serves as a blood storage facility.

"Blood" is known as the river of life.

100 mg/ dl is considered to be the normal level of cholesterol in the bloodstream.

Plasma is the liquid component of blood.

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