This week: tears, fears, and pain.
Americans who say dealing with customer service is “more frustrating than being on an airplane with a crying baby,” according to iQor. Meanwhile, “60 percent reported having to repeat information three times during a call was more frustrating than being put on hold for 15 minutes or being stuck in traffic.”
Couples who are “happy in their marriages,” according to Fracchia and Co. “Fewer than 1 percent have been consistently happy for three or more years.”
Americans who say a migraine is the “most painful thing I have ever experienced,” according to Eli Lilly and Company. That outranks broken bones (7 percent) and even childbirth (7.3 percent).
The rate Americans are injured by “a drug overdose, a motor vehicle crash, a fall, a drowning, a choking incident or another preventable incident,” according to the National Safety Council. Every three minutes, someone dies from one of these incidents.
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