1. Every day, your heart creates enough energy to drive a truck for 20 miles (32 km).
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  2. Your heart can keep beating even if it is separated from the body because it has its own electrical impulse.
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  3. 75 trillion cells receive blood from the heart. Only the corneas don't.
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  4. Having an orgasm at
    least 3 times a week
    cuts in half the likelihood
    of coronary heart disease.
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  5. Your heart will pump nearly
    1.5 million barrels of blood
    during your lifetime, enough to
    fill 200 train tank cars.
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  6. Instead of chest pains, heart attacks in women have nausea, indigestion, and shoulder aches.
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  7. Owning a cat can reduce the risk of heart attacks and strokes by more than a third, researchers found.
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  8. Multivitamins increase the risk of cancer and heart disease, according to recent studies.
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  9. Your heartbeat changes and mimics the music you listen to.
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  10. Your left lung is smaller than your right lung to make room for your heart.
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  11. A man received the heart of a suicide victim, married his widow, and years later killed himself on the same way his donor did.
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  12. Vegetarians are 19% less likely to die from heart disease, a study found.
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  13. Eating dark chocolate every day reduces the risk of heart disease by one-third.
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  14. Couples who are in love
    synchronize their
    heart rates

    after gazing into each others' eyes for three minutes.
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  15. The human heart is not on the left-hand side of the body; it's in the middle.
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  16. One-third of first heart attacks are fatal, and another third result in permanent damage to the heart.
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  17. Smoking makes the risk of a heart attack 200% to 400% greater than that of nonsmokers.
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  18. "Stayin' Alive" has the optimum tempo for performing CPR on someone who has just suffered a heart attack.
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  19. People who work 11 hours or more a day are 67% more likely to have a heart attack than those with an 8-hour work day, according to a study.
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  20. While sudden heart attacks during sex are rare, 75% of them happen to men who are cheating on their wives.
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  21. The inventor of the heart stent approached numerous companies for funding and was rejected. It was funded by the owner of Fuddrucker's restaurant, whom he met by chance on a golf course.
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  22. People who work 11 hours or more a day are 67% more likely to have a heart attack than people with an 8-hour work day, according to a study.
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  23. A cocaine addict's heart can beat for 25 minutes outside their body.
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  24. The first heart transplant using a "dead heart" was performed by surgeons in Australia, in October 2014.
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  25. A pumping human heart can squirt blood 30ft.
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  26. The death of a loved one makes you up to 21 times more likely to suffer a heart attack within a day of your loss.
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