The human body keeps changing over time, we just need to remind ourselves that we used to look like Neanderthals. Now, a group of scientists is studying how the human body will look in the future. And the result is mind-blowing.
Introducing Michella Meier-Morsi, the incredible mother who welcomed a set of triplet sons — Theodore, Charles, and Gabriel — in the previous year. Before this, she had already given birth to twins in 2018 and desired to expand her family further. Now, here are the most recent developments in her journey.
Twins often feel like they have a special connection, but for one California woman, the connection is particularly visceral — she is her own twin. Taylor Muhl, a singer, and model, discovered that she has a rare medical condition called chimerism, meaning she has two sets of DNA, each with the genetic code to make a separate person.
Rumer Willis, the 34-year-old new mother shares her enlightening experience with home birth. Alongside the unwavering support of her doula, her loving partner Derek Richard Thomas, and the presence of her mother Demi Moore, she delved deep into the intimate details of this transformative journey.
Brittany Schneider’s TikTok pregnancy update went viral as she prepared to welcome triplets in April. The emotional video, posted on the morning of her C-section, garnered millions of views and comments, with people expressing astonishment at the size of her baby bump. Despite the unexpected attention, Schneider embraced her body’s transformation with grace and positivity.
Our bodies shed 30,000 dead skin cells every hour, and our skin is entirely renewed every month. This implies that we wear 1,000 different new skins throughout our lives, making us exceptional unique as individuals. However, some individuals are even more unique, such as those with fewer than five fingers or curly hair that resembles a corkscrew.
It is interesting to note that Shrek, the popular animated character that we all know and love, bears a striking resemblance to a real-life person, known as the French Angel. Yes, you read that right. However, something very tragic happened to him, which inspired the creation of this beloved character we know today — the one and only, kind-hearted Shrek. Let’s see how he came to be.
There are women out there who are challenging societal norms and breaking free from the constraints of what the media tells us we “should” look like. These 15 women are not just strong physically, but also mentally and emotionally as they pave the way for body positivity and self-love. Their stories are inspiring, empowering, and proof that there is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to the human body.
If you’ve ever watched a cartoon about an elephant, you’ve surely noticed a scene where this huge animal is running from a small mouse. That’s because the myth surrounding them — the one about elephants being scared of mice — is as big and powerful as these animals are. It turns out elephants do not have any particular dread of these small rodents. But they don’t see well and tend to move a bit slowly. So, they may be spooked by a faster-moving animal or even a bird if they are caught off guard. Speaking of myths surrounding animals, we’ve all been told at one point that bats are blind.
While rulers and tape measures are easy to track down today, sometimes you might find yourself in a situation where you can’t access one but still need to measure something urgently. Bright Side is showing you 4 different ways to do this, using common objects. However, keep in mind that all of them will only give you approximate measurements. If you really need precise measurements, it’s better to wait until you can use a ruler.
Perhaps, we’ve all stopped to think at one point about what it would be like to live on a different planet. I know I’ve had days like that. Gotta get away. And maybe even interact with other types of creatures that already live somewhere else in space. These days, such ideas sound more like something from a science fiction book. But in the future, permanently changing your address to another planet might turn out to be mandatory. Think of the star in our Solar System as a battery.
Many things in the world are so complex that we must continue studying them to understand how they work. Our body is one of them. Science has spent decades learning new things about us, and we still don’t know everything. There are some facts that can surprise us. Here are some exciting things you probably don’t know about the human body.
You’re trembling. Drops of sweat are dripping down your face. Your frightened eyes look up, watching a big flying bug. The Asian Giant Hornet, the size of a thumb, is hovering above you. It’s one of the most dangerous insects on the planet. And not just because its sting looks like a needle. This insect can cause a real economic crisis all over the world and lead to the mass extinction of many species of living creatures on Earth.
The human body is probably one of the most complex organisms on Earth. For example, our tongue has approximately 8,000 taste buds, each containing up to 100 cells to help you taste your food. Apart from its complexity, each body can be called unique because of the different DNA it is made up of. To illustrate this, we have collected pictures of people with special physical features.
Something’s moving towards our planet that could end all life on Earth. It’s a regular needle weighing about 5 grams. You’re probably wondering why it’s so dangerous. Can something that small really do any harm? It’s hard to say, because it’s moving at the speed of light, and we don’t really know what will happen when it hits.That’s because the idea itself is hypothetical, so it leaves us with a bunch of questions. Here’s the first one: What happens to a sewing needle in space? Could it actually accelerate to the speed of light? The short answer is no. But it’s not that simple. In our universe, nothing that has mass can reach the speed of light. It takes energy to make any object go faster. Since there can’t be an infinite amount of energy, nothing can ever accelerate that much.
Ahh, don’t you just love the smell of fresh air in the morning? Imagine you’ve just woken up and done your little morning stretch. You’re about to open your bedroom window to freshen the room up a bit when you notice your windows are stuck. Sure, if it’s wintertime, they might have got frozen overnight. But it can also mean something way more dangerous. Windows may get stuck before one treacherous natural phenomenon, which happens because of the changes in the soil and rock around your house. I’m talking about landslides.
At the sheer age of 13 years old, 53% of girls say they are unhappy with their bodies. By the time girls reach 17, this percentage jumps to 78%. In a utopian universe, all of us would be happy about the house in which we live — our powerful bodies.Actress Emma Thompson, who’s now in her sixties, needed decades to make peace with her own body. The way she carries herself and the way she undisputedly admits to having had quite a journey until she got to this point are worthy of being shared. Let’s find out together how we can be a little bit kinder to ourselves and grow a more authentic bond with our bodies.
Descartes once wrote that the body is a machine, and since then, biomedicine and scientists have adopted this definition. The human body is a wonderful machine that works with precision with each of its parts. And with so many features, the human body never ceases to amaze us.
There is no doubt that the human organism is a busy place, and every day carries a lot of processes, some of which have a surprising impact on our lives. For instance, the sense of smell may play a bigger role in our social interactions than we realize. Our body odor chemistry can predict whether we will become friends with a stranger or not, as individuals who smell similar do get along better. Here are some facts, once again, proving that your body truly is a wonderland.
Our bodies are capable of doing incredible things. Even with years and years of research, we are still discovering new things that we wouldn’t believe were possible otherwise, like a study that shows how our hearts can sync to the rhythm of the music we listen to.To show you some unique things about the human body, Bright Side prepared this list.
The human body is a miraculous thing with several organs and cells that work tirelessly to keep it in good shape. Consider what would happen if these elements worked a little bit too much and our bodies continued to grow. This wild thought is partially valid because the cells of a healthy body continue to divide and multiply at a predictable rate. Let’s explore this hypothesis of having body parts that would grow relentlessly and see how it would impact our bodies, everyday lives, and the world around us.
The one definite thing about the human body is that it’s full of mysteries and variables that medical science cannot explain. For example, both Catherine O’Hara and Enrique Iglesias have situs inversus, where all of their organs are on the other side of the body than the norm. Each of our bodies may house something rare, without us even noticing it, even if it’s not as dramatic as the examples below.
Everything our body does is jaw-dropping. Let’s take eating for instance. The way we taste the food using our different taste buds. Followed by how the brain differentiates between various tastes and flavors. And how we efficiently chew our food and swallow it until our brain signals that we’re satiated. There are also many complicated things going on inside our bodies that only a few people get to experience.
Nature has made our bodies wondrously full of marvels and curiosities that scientists are still researching today. For instance, most of us can hold our breath underwater for 90 seconds, without training, and yet in 2016, Spain’s Aleix Segura Vendrell clocked a time of 24 minutes. While he breathed in pure oxygen before immersion, scientists are still trying to figure out how he was able to do that.
The human body is as complex as it is fascinating. Our tiny little systems interact with each other in a chain reaction of responses, caused either by the environment or through our own personal decisions. It has been studied for thousands of years, and yet we are still discovering new things about it. That’s why we at Bright Side want to take a look at these 8 jaw-dropping facts that you’ve probably never heard before.
The Human body is unique in many ways. It is a complex system that performs millions of chemical reactions every second while maintaining its environment. For starters, our stomach acid is roughly equivalent to battery acid, which can dissolve steel. This point is one of the many facts about us that are so strange, unique, and mind-boggling that they might leave us scratching our heads or wondering if we’re reading right.
Science has taught us that there are many aspects of our body that we still do not fully grasp. The human body is a complex machine, and it can be extremely difficult to fathom all of its secrets. Researchers have attempted to scratch the surface of many questions, but they’ve done so in vain. For example, consciousness still remains a mystery. While the scientific community is still studying this topic, here are some fascinating facts your body is keeping a secret.
The human body is such a complex “machine” that scientists still don’t know much about it for sure. Like why we still do such odd and “useless” things like sleeping or even more pleasant ones like laughing. There are many speculative theories. Though many of the functions require less explanation and have been thoroughly studied a long time ago.
Photographs that scientists look at through their microscopes open a whole new world of tiny cells that our bodies are made of. And quite often, these photos look like the views from telescopes aimed at distant galaxies. A close-up of a human eye, for example, resembles a black hole in space, an isolated fat cell looks just like Mars, and a bunch of neurons looks like numerous galaxies scattered around the universe.
Every myth starts with some amount of common-sense logic and a pinch of misinformation. Since people have a tendency to share these falsehoods and present them as scientific facts, we are now surrounded by numerous inaccurate facts about our bodies. Thankfully, scientific research enables us to fact-check those claims.
The human body is extremely capable of adapting to changes — we can lose many organs and still function properly, unless it’s done all at once, then that wouldn’t be healthy. However, if you do lose a majority of your body parts that play important roles, there is always a solution, like adding vitamin supplements to your diet. Either way, it won’t have much impact on your life and you can still lead a fulfilling life.
Everyone, at any age, wants to live a healthy and beautiful life, but some people succeed at it so much, they can buoy up others. Yazemeenah Rossi got her first gray hair at 11, but it didn’t stop her from becoming a model. Now she’s 65 and a sight for sore eyes. She has shared her thoughts about aging, self-acceptance, and beauty, and we agree with every word.
There’s nothing more amazing than the human body, and we can prove it. We are actually made of stars, we have our own glow — or bioluminescence, and we even had an incredible third eye. Even the best sci-movies couldn’t make creatures as magical as we are.
While the scientific discoveries of today shed light on so many things there are fantasy movies out that seem even more realistic than what we might read in a scientific journal. Even if we are only talking about things that have to do with the human body — they can become an inspiration for a new super hero character. Tasting with our nose? A super-fast eye? These could all be considered hidden superpowers.
Popular wisdom says that the human body is wise. When something’s not okay, our body has its own way of letting us know. It sends us signs or, in other words, symptoms to make sure we do something about it. For instance, you could have a headache and when going to the doctor you find out that it’s due to a contracture or cervical problems. Many people often complain about this, but don’t do anything to get to the root of the problem and fix it. So the first step is to locate and treat the areas where we feel discomfort. But then, it’s essential to try to prevent certain movements or practices that might have caused that pain in the first place.
If you’ve ever felt concerned about your height, don’t worry, you’re not alone. There are many people out there like us, wondering what it would be like to be a few inches taller or shorter. Still, chances are you are average-sized but have you considered what it’s like to be so tall you can’t fit in the bathroom? Or so short you can’t reach the ATM? Well, Reddit users helped us find out a bit more about what life looks like for people who are either very tall or very short. There are pros and cons, but one thing is for sure: all the users that uploaded their pics to Reddit have a great sense of humor and self-acceptance!