7 medical myths even doctors believe
LiveScience/Yahoo, December 26, 2007
In the British Medical Journal, researchers looked into several common misconceptions, from the belief that a person should drink eight glasses of water per day to the notion that reading in low light ruins your eyesight. Popular culture is loaded with myths and half-truths. Most are harmless, but when doctors start believing medical myths, perhaps it's time to worry.
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