10 things we didn't know last week

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1. It is possible to have orgasms in your left foot.

Find out more (New York Times)

2. Only 0.007% as many women as men checked messages on Ashley Madison.

Find out more (Gizmodo)

3. Daniel Craig uses Pedialyte, a medicine used to treat children with diarrhoea, as a hangover cure.

Find out more (Du Jour)

4. US astronauts drink recycled urine on the International Space Station but Russian astronauts do not.

Find out more (The Guardian)

5. The formula for the perfect poohstick is PP = A x I x Cd.

Find out more (City AM)

6. Liverpool is the city where the most fake tan is sold in the UK.

Find out more (The Independent)

7. More than 100 billion billion Earth-like planets might exist.

Find out more (New Scientist)

8. People called Patel are disproportionately likely to own or run a motel in the US.

Find out more (Washington Post)

9. More than a football field of land is lost every hour in Louisiana's wetlands in the US.

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10. In 1887, just 248 of 1,000 female-only seats on England's Great Western Railway were taken up, while more than 5,000 women used the smoking cars.

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