6 most common misconceptions about the green card lottery

The Diversity Visa Lottery, a United States government program that allows 50 people to become permanent residents of the United States each year, enjoys great support in countries with "immigration risk." Although the program has been around for many years, very few people have taken the time ...

7 Myths About US Social Security That Could Cost You Your Pension

The closer we get to retirement, the more important suddenly strict social security rules become. Yet less than half of American adults are confident in their knowledge of Social Security rules, according to a survey by the National Pension Institute. Edition of Money Talks ...

5 myths about salvation from heat, which you should not believe in

Do I need to sit under the air conditioner, drink ice water and eat ice cream. The Lifehacker edition has collected myths about salvation from the heat, in which people mistakenly believe. 1. Cold air of an air conditioner is dangerous Air conditioner does increase the risk of allergic and colds, but by itself ...

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 we must not forget about the myriad of existing myths. The Lifehacker edition has collected 6 techniques that actually do not protect ...

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

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

COVID-19: debunking popular myths about the disease

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

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

The World Health Organization has posted a memo on its website in which it debunks the most common myths about the coronavirus. The Voice of America published the main theses. Are hand dryers effective at killing coronavirus? No. Hand dryers are not effective at killing the 2019-nCoV virus strain. To keep yourself safe ...

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

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

12 incredible rumors about Disneyland: which one is true

Disney's 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, there are rumors about parks. Rumors about how they achieve this "perfection", what things might be wrong ...

What immunity myths can seriously harm health

The Lifehacker edition told what existing misconceptions about the defense system of our body can seriously harm our health. Myth No. 1. Vaccinations will not help Vaccination of the human body is carried out in order to provide it with protection from dangerous pathogens. A healthy person is vaccinated so that ...

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