The most abundant inorganic compound in a living thing is water.
65% of the human body is made up of oxygen, due to the fact that water contains oxygen and water makes up most of the human body
about 19% is carbon, which is in almost everything on earth
9.7% is hydrogen, again due to water
3.2% is nitrogen because of it's relative abundance in proteins, and it is in the lungs
1.8% is calcium, found in bones teeth, the nervous system and muscles
Some are born ticklish, some are not, some become ticklish later, an injury can make you ticklish e.g. a spinal injury will affect nerves, sometimes making one ticklish where you weren't ticklish before.
According to the Red Cross, the answer is 7%. http://www.wcredcross.org/bloodmobile/trivia.html
From what I have read on a similar topic (foot length vs. theoretical shoe size to real-world shoe size), there is a loose correlation between height and shoe size. There is however a stronger correlation between foot length and forearm length - and really limb length in general. Simply said, a taller person will likely have longer limbs - arms and legs are simply part of being taller/shorter. However when you take into account different body proportions, such as a person having relatively long legs vs. a relatively tall torso (height to sholders while setting down) for their height. Well foot length is another proportion variable. So while a 6' tall (or taller) male will most likely wear a larger shoe size than a 5'6" tall male (or shorter) - two random 6' tall males will likely wear shoes of at least slightly different size. To add more complication to any correlation, foot length vs. shoe size are not "cast in stone" at all. Sorry if this is a bit long of an answer to say "no", but "no" is not really the answer - just closer to "yes".
I buy organic meats and eggs. In Canada we call it "free-range." It means that there are no hormones in the meat and the animals are left to grow at their normal growth rate, while conventional meats are full of hormones to make the animal fatten up quicker to put on the market.