USA Today – Sifting for the truth in medical myths: Fact or fiction?

July 6, 2011 in DCYE, News

Many of us have tried-and-true rules for avoiding illness. But if you subscribe to the theory that heading outside with wet hair will make you sick; bubbles in soda can make your bones brittle; or hot peppers can cause stomach ulcers, think again. Those ideas just aren’t true, says a new book that explores popular health myths.

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Don’t Cross Your Eyes! serialized in the Daily Mail

July 5, 2011 in DCYE, News

Air travel makes you sick. Green mucus means you need antibiotics. To stop a nosebleed, tilt your head back.

These are many of the things you’ve heard about your body and health that are simply not true.

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