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Infographic: Popularhealth Myths Debunked

The LEADING PHYSICIANS of the WORLD Doctors of Excellence • Doctors of Excellence • Doctors of Excellence • Doctors of Excellence POPULAR HEALTH MYTHS DEBUNKED MYTH: Eggs are bad for your heart. FACT: In healthy people, regular egg consumption does not lead to heart disease. Eggs are full of antioxidants and nutrients that may lower the risk of heart disease, such as omega-3s. If your cholesterol is high, you could still be able to eat eggs in moderation. MYTH: You need a multivitamin. B. PP K FACT: A multivitamin provides some nutrients you may need, but it also provides things you don't need. Alter your diet in a way that covers all the bases, and keep up with bloodwork to see if you need any specific vitamins. Then, take those instead B. B. B. of a multivitamin. B MYTH: Deodorant causes breast cancer. FACT: According to the National Cancer Institute, there is no link between antiperspirants and breast cancer. MYTH: You'll catch a cold if you're outside in the cold. FACT: You are actually much more likely to catch a cold inside, where germs and bacteria have a better chance to be passed around. The cold air does not directly make you sick.

Infographic: Popularhealth Myths Debunked

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In health people , regular egg consumption does not lead to heart disease - The Leading Physicians of the World


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