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  1. Oral birth control extends the half life of caffeine, meaning that women on bc may have caffeine in their systems for 4 hours longer than typical. This may lead to anxiety, headaches, and increased heart rate.

  2. A crow succeeded in a cognitive test that stumped most 4-5 year old children, indicating their intelligence may even outshine that of apes

  3. In medieval times it was common to have "2" sleeps per night. You would fall asleep for 4 to 5 hours, wake up for 2 hours or so and fall back to sleep for another 3 to 4. It's been suggested that we may have evolved this way to tend to the fire in order to keep us warm and safe.

  4. In order to evade internet censorship in China, people used to refer to the events that took place at Tiananmen Square on June 4, 1989 as "May 35th", among many other alternative names

  5. The southern United States converted all its railroads from broad gauge (5 feet/1.524 meters) to standard gauge (4 feet 8 1⁄2 inches/​1.435 meters) in 36 hours starting on May 31, 1886

  6. The day of the 1966 World Cup final, the Daily Mail newspaper wrote that "West Germany may beat us [England] at our national sport today, but that would be only fair. We beat them twice at theirs." England won 4-2, its only World Cup victory.

  7. About Ethan Couch, a man who killed 4 people in a drunk driving accident in 2013. His punishment, after fleeing to Mexico and getting caught, was to wear an ankle bracelet and adhere to a 9 PM curfew. In May 2019, a Judge removed his ankle bracelet. He is now essentially a free man.

  8. There is a hydra that has lived for 4 years. They are basically comprised of stem cells, and may theoretically live forever.

  9. Somewhere between 4,000 and 6,000 tons of sunscreen enters coral reef areas every year and may be contributing the coral bleaching

  10. Serial killer Mary Ann Cotton murdered 3 of her 4 husbands, 11 of her 13 children, and may have murdered as many as 21 people before she was caught and hanged

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Caffeine metabolism rate is related to genetic factors and may differ by up to 4 times in different individuals. Depending on the metabolism rate, caffeine may decrease or increase the risk of a heart attack, which explains the conflicting literature on the benefits of caffeine.

A poster with the words "BONG HiTS 4 JESUS" is the subject of the Supreme Court case Morse v. Frederick. The Court decided in a 5-4 decision that educators may suppress student speech if it promotes illegal drug use.

A nude photograph of 10 year old Brooke Shields sold for $4,000,000 in May of this year

About Josephine Myrtle Corbin (born May 12, 1868) who was born with 4 legs and 2 vaginas. She gave birth to 4 daughters and 1 son and was said to prefer sex on the right side.

Female gives birth to 2 to 4 kittens in the hidden burrows. Most kittens are born during the May.

The olive tree is an evergreen that can reach 50 feet in height, and may live as long as 500 years. The tree begins to produce olives between 3 to 4 years of age, and the olives usually range from 3 to 4 grams.

Female gives birth to 4 to 9 babies (kits or cubs) from April to May, after gestation period of 31 to 32 days. Babies are naked, blind and helpless at birth. Only mother takes care of the babies. Young animals will start independent life 6 weeks after birth. Groundhogs reach sexual maturity at the age of two years and produce one litter per year.

Female lays 3 to 4 eggs between the April and May. Incubation lasts 13 days. Young birds are ready to leave the nest 15 days after hatching.

Females reach sexual maturity at the age of 15 to 20 years. They lay 4 to 6 eggs from May to July. Eggs are shaped like ping-pong balls. Incubation period lasts 10 to 12 months. Only 2% of hatchlings reach adulthood.

He received 4 U.S. patents for various inventions for the electric railway and one in May 1890 for an electric meter.

During the German invasion of the Low Countries and France in May 1940, the Allies had over 4,000 tanks, many of which were better than the German panzers. Military historians believe that the Germans prevailed in most of those battles because they used the tanks in groups instead of as infantry support as the Allies did.

Jackals mate for lifetime (they are monogamous). Pregnancy in females lasts around 2 months and ends usually with 2 to 4 cubs. Large litters may consist of up to 9 cubs.

Females are able to store and use sperm for the fertilization of eggs during a period of 4 years. They lay 3 to 8 (usually 4 to 5) eggs from May to July in the nests in the sand. Incubation period lasts 3 months.

Yosemite toad is active only 4 to 5 months per year (usually from April, May to September). It hibernates the rest of the year.

Yarrow develops miniature white, reddish or pink flowers arranged in terminal inflorescences, shaped like rounded or flat heads. They are usually 2 to 4 inches wide. Flowers smell like chrysanthemum. Yarrow blooms from May to June. Flowers attract butterflies, ladybugs and hoverflies.

The Pope can make cardinals 'In pectore'; a secret position for those whose work may put them at risk but who deserve recognition from future historians. John Paul II created 4 but only revealed the identities of 3 before his death. The name of the final secret cardinal therefore died with him.

Males develop antlers that can reach 4 feet in length and 40 pounds of weight. Elks shed their antlers in March. New pair of antlers starts to grow in May. Antlers are covered with skin called velvet.

The manner in which partners in a relationship respond to each other’s successes may be the most important factor for predicting the long-term outcome of the relationship. Typically, positive events outnumber negative ones by at least 4-1, so there are more opportunities to make an impact.

In May 2016, Portugal ran on renewable energy for 4 consecutive days. The renewable energy came from various sources such as: Wind, Solar and hydropower. The run went from 6:45 am on Saturday May 7 to the following Wednesday until 5:45 pm.

Wearing tight low-rise jeans may put pressure on a sensory nerve which can cause pain and paresthesia in the nerve's area of distribution. The condition resolved itself after they avoided wearing low-rise jeans for 4–6 weeks.

About Greyfriars Bobby (May 4, 1855 – January 14, 1872), a Skye Terrier who became known in 19th-century Edinburgh for spending 14 years guarding the grave of his owner until he died himself on January 14th, 1872.

The troposphere extends from the earth's surface to approximately 33,000 feet (6.2 miles) high. However in warm regions like the equator it can rise as high as 65,000 feet (12 miles). In colder regions like the north and south poles, it may rise only as high as 23,000 feet (4 miles).

Pregnancy in females lasts 4 to 5 months and ends with one baby. Babies are born usually between May and June.

A child riding inside a diesel school bus may be exposed to as much as 4 times the level of toxic diesel exhaust... up to 46 times the cancer rate considered significant under US federal law

When Mount St. Helens erupted on 18 May 1980 the volcano's lateral blast blew down "4 billion board feet of timber (enough to build about 300,000 two-bedroom homes)." Mount St. Helens, located in Washington, United States of America, "is the most active volcano in the Cascade Range."