Aug 7, 2019
If you’ve spent your fair share of time on the Internet, you’ll have come across many oft-repeated health “facts” that are anything but. From the bogus five-second rule for dropped food to the sugar high, many of these myths are now thoroughly debunked. Because of them, we’re all now skeptical of anything we can’t immediately verify with online search, which is honestly how it should be.
Some of those myths, however, have more truth to them than you might think, as some recent studies have discovered. These are the health myths we tell other people about to sound cool, though if we took some time to look into them, we’d realize that they aren’t actually myths at all. We pick the worst one !