Believe it or not, eating at night does not make you fat. You do not need eight glasses of water a day. And a dog’s mouth is not cleaner than a human’s. It’s all lies, lies and more lies! Seems we’re suckers for myths and misconceptions. None of these are true — even if your doctor told you so.
Read more in the Edmonton Sun!
When Dr. Aaron E. Carroll and Dr. Rachel C. Vreeman, both professors at the Indiana University School of Medicine, began examining more than 60 popular medical beliefs, they discovered that most were myths….
Rebecca Ruiz discussed myths and Don’t Swallow Your Gum! for Forbes.com.
We all walk around with medical information in our heads — some of it true, some of it not so much. A pair of medical professors from the Indiana University School of Medicine may have the antidote…
Jeremy Cox reviews Don’t Swallow Your Gum! for the Florida Times-Union.
Myths, half-truths and wives’ tales persist in medicine. Sometimes doctors and nurses even believe things that aren’t true or at least are unproven. That’s the focus of a new book, “Don’t Swallow Your Gum! Myths, Half-Truths and Outright Lies About Your Body and Health,”