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When it comes to our health, it always helps to be in the know. With so many "facts", it's hard to distinguish which ones are correct and which ones are not and with all the talk about health tips, good information is bound to get distorted over time. In 25 health myths that need to be debunked once and for all, we shed light on the supposed "medical facts" that we constantly run into.
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Tanning Beds are safe.
Swimming after eating causes cramps
Alcohol kills brain cells.
Calories are more fattening when eaten at night.
Carrots improve your vision.
Crossing your eyes will make them stay that way.
Eggs are bad for your heart.
Fasting rids the body of toxins
Feed A Cold, Starve a Fever.
Gum stays in your stomach for 7 years.
Have someone startle you to get rid of hiccups.
All herbs are natural so they're harmless.
Knuckle-craking Causes Arthritis
Low-fat diet guarantees weight loss
Microwaving creates dangerous chemicals in food.
Most heat is lost through the head.
Muscles turn to fat when you don't exercise.
Plaque removal loosens your teeth.
Reading with dim lights causes blindess.
Snacking is unhealthy.
Sugar causes hyperactivity in children.
Too much cold causes colds.
Warm milk induces sleep.
We get fat by consuming carbohydrates.
The 5-second rule
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