Bogus health facts that are really ridiculousYou spent your entire life believing that carrots would ensure you had 20/20 vision. You refuse to swim after eating because you're afraid you'll cramp up and drown. These bogus health facts are passed on from generation to generation and we actually believe they're true. You probably even shared them on your social media accounts because you thought you were doing your family and friends a huge favor. But sadly, these bogus health facts can do more harm than good. Now it's time to put all those inaccurate beliefs to rest and separate fact from fiction. In order to do that, here's a list of the most common misconceptions that you need to stop sharing right away.
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