I.           
Cell phone radiation causes
insomnia. Using your phone before bed can prevent you from getting sleep.
     
II.           
Baby pandas have distinct
vocalizations: “wah wah
means unhappy; “gee gee
means they’re hungry; and “cuckoo
means all is well.
   
III.           
A 10-second kiss can pass on 80
million bacteria.
  IV.           
A scorpion can hold its breath for
up to 6 days.
   
V.           
Mosquitoes have killed more humans
than all the wars in history.
  VI.           
Lonely people take longer, hotter
showers or baths to replace the warmth they’re lacking socially or emotionally.
VII.           
Everyone has a song in their
playlist which they always skip, but never delete.
VIII.           
Once you begin to dislike someone,
everything they do tend to annoy you.
  
IX.           
Just 20 minutes of exercise three
days a week will increase your happiness by around 10 to 20%.
    
X.           
Studies show that people who are
lonely and/or depressed are more likely to sleep with multiple pillows.
  
XI.           
No matter how strong of a person you
are, there’s always someone who can make you weak.
 XII.           
Happiness isn’t about getting what
you want all the time. It’s about loving what you have and being grateful for
it.
XIII.           
People are more likely to cry at
night because the lack of sleep makes emotions hard to control.
XIV.           
School doesn’t test your
intelligence, it tests your memory.
XV.           
The fear of flying is known as
Aviophobia.
God Bless Us All.
Aout The Author: Ubong Effiong

Ubong Effiong also known as Pendusky is a Customer Experience Management Personnel with Sterling Bank Plc.

Oluwole Olusanya
Oluwole Olusanya is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of one of the fastest-growing lifestyle and entertainment website in the country. He is a banker, writer, blogger, public affairs analyst and a tax consultant. He anchors Trending Topics on SHEFFA where he shares his thoughts and opinions on trending issues. He is currently studying for a Master’s Degree in Business Administration at the University of South Wales, Wales, United Kingdom. He has diplomas in Banking and Finance, Investigative Journalism, Creative Writing, and Linguistics from Lagos State Polytechnic, Isolo, Lagos, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland and The Open University, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom.