Sammy Sosa suffered from an extreme back spasm before a game in 2004 as the result of two violent sneezes. He had to sit the game out and receive an epidural to bring down the inflammation. espn.com/mlb/news/story?i…
Suppressing a sneeze can damage your eardrum or damage your blood vessel in your brain. It can at times even lead to death. straitstimes.com/world/eu…
The theme to James Bond is based on "Unlucky Sneeze" - a Bollywood sounding Indian style musical piece vimeo.com/393378941
Sneezing from looking at the sun or a bright light is a reflex that affects 18–35% of the world's population. It is called the photic sneeze reflex and it is also known as ACHOO (Autosomal Compelling Helio-Ophthalmic Outburst) syndrome. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pho…
Thomas Edison produced a film called Fred Ott’s Sneeze, a 5 second film where Fred Ott, one of Edison’s assistants, sneezes. It is the oldest surviving film with a copyright. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fre…
18 to 25 percent of people sneeze when they look at a bright light. This is called ACHOO Syndrome. A-choo! scientificamerican.com/ar…
Guinea pigs are the only rodents that sneeze jhsph.edu/covid-19/articl…
In 2018, a man ruptured his throat by trying to trap a high-force sneeze. With nowhere to escape, the pressure ripped through the soft tissue in his neck. Trapping a sneeze could also damage the ears or even rupture a brain aneurysm. bbc.co.uk/news/health-426…
Today I learned about photic sneeze reflex, a genetic condition which affects between 10-35% of the population and causes sneezing in response to dramatic light changes. healthline.com/health/pho…
Some people sneeze when they think dirty thoughts en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sex…
Though it is common to sneeze during a cold or flu, very frequent sneezing is often due to allergies tylenol.ca/symptoms/Upper…
The song that became the "James Bond" theme started with the lyrics "I was born with this unlucky sneeze" and is named "Good sign, Bad sign" en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jam…
Bright lights trigger the sneeze reflex. A 2017 German study points out that 57 percent of the country’s population will sneeze when looking at the sun or bright lights thehealthy.com/allergies/…
A man blew a small hole in his throat by holding his nose & closing his mouth while sneezing. He was in hospital for 2 weeks. Doctors suggest you should always let a sneeze rip edition-m.cnn.com/2018/01…
10-35% of people share the same genetic trait that makes us having to sneeze when looking towards the sun pbs.org/newshour/science/…
Today I learned that Iguanas Sneeze SALT! lizards101.com/why-is-my-…
About 1/4 of people will sneeze on sudden exposure to bright light bbc.com/future/story/2015…
The song that became the James Bond theme started with the lyrics "I was born with this unlucky sneeze" npr.org/templates/story/s…
Howie Mandel has a second house behind his house to stay at when his kids sneeze health.com/celebrities/ho…
In some Asian cultures such as Korean and Japanese cultures, the practice of responding to another person's sneeze does not exist. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Res…
In a sneeze, high velocity of the airflow is achieved by the buildup of pressure inside the chest with the vocal chords closed. Sudden opening of the cords allows the pressurized air to flow back up the respiratory tract to expel the irritants scientificamerican.com/ar…
It's impossible to sneeze while you're dreaming. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sne…
We physically can’t sneeze while sleeping tuck.com/can-you-sneeze-i…
The original Bond theme was actually a rework of a song called 'Good sign, Bad sign' which was written for use in a musical adaptation of an Indian novel called 'A house for Mr Biswas'. the song itself is about a man who was born with an unlucky sneeze which caused his father to drown in a pond. digitalspy.com/movies/a82…
The origin of why we say β€œBless You” after a person sneezes is debatable; the β€˜sneeze response’ itself is global and used in nearly 100 different languages/countries. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Res…
18-35% of the population has a photic sneeze reflex where looking at the Sun or a bright light can cause them to sneeze. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pho…
Injections into or around a patients eye during medical procedures can cause sedated patients to sneeze involuntarily which can cause damage if the needle is not removed before the patient sneezes. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pho…
There is such a thing as sun sneezers, who sneeze when entering or look at bright sun light youtube.com/watch?v=e69XZ…
It's highly unlikely to sneeze during sleep mentalfloss.com/article/1…
The word β€œsneeze” originates from the Middle English word β€œfnese” and came about due to a β€œmisreading or misprinting” of the original term. lexico.com/en/definition/…
Deaf People Don't Make the "Achoo" Sound When They Sneeze, Meaning Peer Pressure Influences What Your Sneeze Sounds Like. popsci.com/science/articl…
Monty Norman wrote a song about unlucky sneeze titled good sign,bad sign which he later repurposed into familiar Bond theme. youtu.be/g6EuzGhIyRQ
Your chance of winning a Mega Millions lottery is like knowing a hedgehog will sneeze once and only once in the next six years and putting your money down on one particular second and only winning if the one sneeze happens exactly at that second. waitbutwhy.com/2014/11/10…
Today I Learned that using light to sneeze is known as photic sneeze reflex, or PSR, and also ACHOO, or autosomal dominant compulsive helio-ophthalmic outbursts. This affects 17-35% of the population. mentalfloss.com/article/6…
On January 7, 1894, a man was filmed sneezing and the movie became the first copyrighted U.S. film. Fred Ott, an Edison employee known to his fellow laboratory workers for his comic sneezing and other gags, was "given a pinch of snuff at the outset and came through with a glorious sneeze." poynter.org/reporting-edi…
It is impossible for a human to sneeze during sleep due to a bodily state known as REM Atonia as reflex signals are not communicated to the brain. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sne…
It's impossible to sneeze during REM sleep. Outside of REM sleep, your body will wake you up to sneeze. tuck.com/can-you-sneeze-i…
We say God Bless You after you sneeze because one of the symptoms of the plague was coughing and sneezing, and it is believed that Pope Gregory I (Gregory the Great) suggested saying β€œGod bless you” after a person sneezed in hopes that this prayer would protect them from death loc.gov/rr/scitech/myster…
People sneeze differently around the world. In English we say "Achoo!", Russians say "Apchkhi!", the Polish say "A-Psik!", and the Japanese say "Hakushon!". lifehack.org/articles/lif…
Dogs sneeze to communicate to other dogs that they're not being aggressive canineuniversity.com/arti…
The reflex that causes people to sneeze when looking at the sun is called Autosomal-dominant Compelling Helio-Ophthalmic Outburst Syndrome, which abbreviates to ACHOO. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pho…
The photic sneeze reflex (also known as Autosomal Compelling Helio-Ophthalmic Outburst (ACHOO) syndrome and colloquially sun sneezing) is a condition that causes sneezing in response to numerous stimuli, such as looking at bright lights or periocular (surrounding the eyeball) injections. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pho…
A cough can travel up to 50mph (80.47km/h) and a sneeze up to 100mph (160.93km/h) lung.org/about-us/blog/20…
Some people sneeze when looking at very bright lights, and it can happen to about a third of the population en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pho…
That, although extremely rare, holding in a sneeze can kill you menshealth.com/health/a19…
If you try to suppress a sneeze, you can burst a blood vessel in your neck and die telegraph.co.uk/science/2…
25% of people sneeze when they look at something very bright. It's known as ACHOO syndrome. genetics.thetech.org/ask/
You say "bless you" after someone sneezes because a pope over a thousand years ago told people to say it so they wouldn't die from the plague. It also isn't related to the bubonic plague like most think, as sneezing wasn't a symptom of the bubonic plague. youtube.com/watch?v=dPNcK…
Orgasms, like sneezes, cannot be voluntarily stopped once they have started enkirelations.com/weird-s…

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