Don't Cross Your Eyes...They'll Get Stuck That Way!: And 75 by Aaron Carroll, Rachel Vreeman

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By Aaron Carroll, Rachel Vreeman

The final word myth-busting number of quirky and curious proof approximately your physique and health

In 2009, Drs. Aaron E. Carroll and Rachel C. Vreeman explored a variety of myths and misconceptions approximately bodies and healthiness within the media sensation, Don't Swallow Your Gum!, featured at the Dr. oz. exhibit, CNN, and within the ny occasions, united states this day, and more.

Now, they're delving right into a entire new choice of myths according to the newest clinical examine, including:

• Eggs provide you with excessive cholesterol.

• you have to stretch sooner than you exercise.

• childrens in day care trap extra colds.

• Sit-ups or crunches will flatten your stomach.

• a tumbler of hot milk will positioned you to sleep.

With an ideal stability of authoritative learn and breezy humor, Don't move Your Eyes . . . They'll Get caught That method! exposes the reality at the back of the entire stuff you suggestion you knew approximately your health and wellbeing, your healthiness, and the way the physique works.

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