6 popular tricks that really don't save you from germs

We all want to protect ourselves from viruses and bacteria. There are many ways in the world that you can protect yourself from them, but you must not forget about the myriad of existing myths. The publication "Lifehacker" has collected 6 tricks that do not really protect ...

Vitamin C and the flu shot: experts debunk myths about ways to protect against coronavirus

As coronavirus continues to spread throughout the globe, confusion and misconceptions about what can protect you become as contagious as the virus. Journalists at The New York Times spoke with doctors and infectious disease specialists about ...

COVID-19: debunking popular myths about the disease

What is the treatment for people who have developed symptoms of COVID-19 and why no one talks about treatment? The Voice of America debunks myths and cites facts known about the coronavirus today. Question: If there are all the signs of COVID-19 (dry cough, headache, etc.), ...

Alcohol and garlic: World Health Organization refutes myths about new coronavirus

The World Health Organization posted a memo on its website that debunked the most common myths about coronavirus. The Voice of America publication outlined the main points. Are hand dryers effective for killing coronavirus? Not. Hand dryers are not effective at killing the 2019-nCoV virus strain. To protect yourself ...

Bananas, packages, and bats: China's most popular coronavirus myths

The 2019-nCoV coronavirus strain is spreading rapidly throughout China, but rumors and alternative theories about it are spreading even faster around the world. They say that the virus can be cured with a solution of salt or Ban Lan Geng tea and that it spreads with bananas and packages with ...

12 incredible rumors about Disneyland: which one is true

Disney theme parks are the most famous in the world. Due to the huge influence of Disney, as well as their seemingly above average commitment to the image of absolute perfection, rumors are circulating about parks. Rumors about how they achieve this "perfection", what things may be wrong ...

What immunity myths can seriously harm health

The publication 'Lifehacker' said what existing misconceptions about the protective system of our body can seriously harm our health. Myth number 1. Vaccinations will not help. Vaccination of the human body is carried out in order to provide it with protection against dangerous pathogens. A healthy person is vaccinated so that in advance ...

Top 5 New York City Legends

Alligators in the sewers, penny-killer, treasures of Liberty Island, the kidnapper on Staten Island and the figure of Babe Ruth are the five main urban legends of New York about which the Poster writes. Each city has its own tales, folklore and legends. New York is no exception. ...

Test yourself: 5 myths on how to warm yourself in the cold

Each has its own ways of surviving a cold. But are you sure you are doing it right? The BBC edition debunks some popular myths. Myth 1. Heat-only fan The idea of ​​turning on the fan when it's cold seems absurd. However, many ceiling fans ...

15 Job Search Myths That Everyone Believes

Finding a job can be an incredibly stressful process. Because of this, it can be tempting to follow any type of “tip” that can easily be found online or on bulletin boards. Unfortunately, many of these tips are really myths. Want to know the difference between useful tips and ...

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