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We have all learned to wash hands in warm water. However, it does not fight germs. Water needs to boil to kill off germs.
The time spent rubbing and scrubbing hands is more important for killing germs.
You should actually sit up straight and tilt your head slightly forward to prevent blood from running down the back of your throat.
Using ice to shrink the blood vessels, accompanied with light pressure, should settle the bleeding.
There is no such thing as blue blood. Blood appearing blue is an optical illusion. The maroon red color appears blue because light is diffused through the skin.
A psychologist interpreted a 1901 German study that suggested that sections of the tongue tastes specific tastes.
This has been debunked with research. Receptors for the basic tastes are found throughout the tongue.
There’s a myth that people get STDs and other viruses from toilet seats.
Most germs that cause diseases can only live for a very short time on the surface of a toilet seat.The bigger risk is the germs collected on the sink and door handles from people not washing their hands afterwards.
Scientific evaluation of the claim suggests there is no difference in injury rates between those who stretch and those who don't.
Stretching probably will not hurt you, so keep doing it if it makes you feel great.
Weight gain caused by eating late is a complex issue with some truth to it.
Some studies indicate that late night eaters overeat because they eat mindlessly when they are tired.
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