Does the Cold Make You Sick? Busting Common Health Myths
Baby, it’s cold outside—and those sub-zero temps mean you’re bound to get sick. Right? Well, actually, no. For the record, it’s the fact that you’re indoors all the time, where the germs are, that makes you sick—not the freezing weather.
And turns out, this isn’t the only health-related myth we commonly believe. So we got the scoop on several "facts" that deserve to be debunked. The good news: you can keep cracking your knuckles without fear and stop feeling guilty about eating dinner at 9 PM. The bad? Well, turns out, you can’t train yourself to need less sleep.
Home page photo courtesy of Jeroen van Oostrom . Infographic courtesy of Greatist .
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