10 things we didn't know last week
Snippets from the week's news, sliced, diced and processed for your convenience.
1. About 86% of fathers attend the birth of their children.
2. There is more crime in Glasgow than New York.
3. Vitamins can be bad for you.
4. To help break the bubbly when a new ship is launched, P&O sometimes scores the bottle with a glass-cutter.
5. The brain makes some decisions 10 seconds before they become conscious thought.
6. About 42% of hay fever sufferers think they have a cold.
7. Smells can drift across the Channel.
8. Belly fat creates more fat.
9. Scientists can control the brains of flies.More details
10. Bowleggedness is called genuvarum.
Sources: 5 - BBC 5Live, 6 - BBC News
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