Headline April 19, 2017/ ''' *POOP PAH -PILLOW- PAH POOP* '''


*THY PILLOW - YOUR PILLOW*    -contain dead bugs and their extraordinary grand poop  Pillows turn into  *bug body and poo repositories* after two years of use.

In fact, after  two years,  one-third of  your pillow's weight is dead skin, terrible bug corpses, dust mites and pure bug poop.

And then, Merium, Rabo, Haleema, Aqsa, Amassador Malala Yusufzai {Nobel Prize], Dee, Paras, Sorat, Sannyia, Armeen,  Eman, Saima, Sarah, Harem, Maria, Maynah, Hannyia, and Merium: Now Girls............

Have you ever found a spider in your bed?..........Crawling across your sheets and invading the safe, soft haven that is your bed?

It's horrifying. If finding a creepy crawly monster in your bed haunts your nightmares, I really have some very terrible news for you,

Seriously  -terrible. It turns out your pillow is basically a disgusting sack of bugs and and their poop.

According to research from the   science and technology  company Dow, pillows turn into  *bug body and poop repositories*  after two years of use.

In fact, after two years, one third of your pillow's weight is dead skin, bug corpses, dust mites and bug poop.

Feeling sleepy? Well, well,  I am not either.

If you're horrified by this, join the club. But, if you're thinking that you've lived this far sleeping on your old,  dusty bug bag  so it's probably not hurting you, you  might not  be totally right.

According to  Dow's research,  10 percent of all people and 80 percent of people with allergies are allergic to the bug corpses laid to rest in your pillow.

So that poop sack you get so cosy in might actually be giving you allergies.

Anything that interferes with your ability to get a good night's sleep is an issue especially since we know that lack of sleep can lead to depression, can make it harder to do your school work, or assignments, and increase your risk of a car crash.

According to Dow, people who don't sleep enough are six times more likely develop  Type - 2  diabetes,  and sleeping fewer than six hours per night could increase your chance of heart disease by  48%.

So, we know that sleeping is  super important, but the things that we sleep on could be making us all sick.

Since, we are definitely not getting rid of pillows altogether, it seems like some pillow hygiene  lessons are in order.

The New York Post  reports you should you should wash your pillows every six months and your pillow cases every week.

Time To Get Bed Then, To Sleep Over This one :  But Hush! Hush........Hush!.... 

As in some other interesting research conducted by University of Warwick in the UK calculated-

The average of how long babies fuss and cry per 24 hours across different cultures in their first 12 weeks.

A new research has found that in babies in the  UK, Canada and Italy cry more than anywhere else in many industrialized nations.

The first study to create a  universal crying chart  for the newborns also revealed that parents in Denmark and Germany deal with the least amount of  crying and fussing.

Researchers from University of Warwick  in the  UK calculated the average of how long babies fuss and cry per 24 hours across different cultures in their first 12 weeks.

They formulated the  world's first  universal charts for the normal amount of crying in babies during the first three months.

The highest levels of  -colic defined as  crying more than three hours a day for at least three days a week in a baby   -were found in the UK with 28 percent of infants at  one  -two weeks.

The colic rates in Canada were  34.1 percent at  three-four weeks of age and in Italy  20.9 percent at  eight-nine  weeks of age.

In contrast, lowest colic rates were reported in Denmark  -5.5 percent at three-four weeks and Germany  -6,7  percent  three-four weeks.

Researchers also found that babies cry for around  two hours per day in the first two weeks.

Crying generally peaks at around two hours fifteen minutes per day at six weeks   -and reduces gradually to an average of  1 hour  10  minutes by the 12-week mark.

However, some infants were found to cry as little as  30 minutes, and others over five hours, in twenty four hours.

''Babies are already very different in how much they cry in the first weeks of life  -there are large but normal variations,'' said Dieter Wolke of University of Warwick.

''We may learn more from looking at cultures where there is less crying and whether this maybe due to parenting or either factors relating to pregnancy experiences or genetic,''  Wolke said.

The study has been published by  The Journal of Pediatrics.

With most respectful dedication to all the Parents, Students, Professors and Teachers of the World. See Ya all on !WOW!   -the World Students Society and  Twitter-!E-WOW!   -the Ecosystem 2011:

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Good Night and God Bless

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