Can Teething Cause a High Temperature?

Can Teething Cause a High Temperature?

Teeth are important, but getting them isn't an easy process. It's been held that teething can cause a high fever, but is this really the case?

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Health Myth: Muscle Turns To Fat If You Stop Working Out

People often worry that once they stop regularly working out, their muscle will become fat. Is this paranoid or spot-on?

Cracking Your Knuckles Causes Arthritis: Myth or Fact?

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A Lump in Your Breast Means Breast Cancer: Myth or Fact?

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Are Bananas Fattening?

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Can You Tell The Sex Of A Baby By How Mom-To-Be Is Carrying?

If you've ever been pregnant, someone has pointed at your belly and exclaimed, 'Ahhh, it's a boy!' or 'Ooohh, it's a girl!' Are they bonkers or actually onto something?

Does Having Sex in the Water Prevent Pregnancy?

Sex in the water seems like a great idea. Some folks seem to think that it's not only fun, but that lovemaking in the water acts like a birth control? What do you think? Let's dive in for the truth.

Can Improper Face Washing Lead to Acne: Myth or Fact?

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How Often Do Men Think About Sex?

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You Use Only 10 % Of Your Brain: Myth or Fact?

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Only Women Get Breast Cancer: True or False?

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Feed A Cold But Starve A Fever: Health Myth?

According to some folks, you ought to feed a cold and starve a fever. Before you starve yourself, or stuff your belly with food, find out if this adage has any truth to it!

Does Chocolate Cause Pimples?

Calling all choc-a-holics!! Love your chocolate and smooth, unblemished skin? Then you might want to find out if glorious chocolate can lead to inglorious pimples!

No Symptoms, No STD: Myth or Fact?

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Chewing Gum Stays In Your Stomach For 7 Years , Myth or Fact?

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Does Everyday Outdoor Activity Provide Enough Vitamin D?

Keep slathering that sunscreen on, protection is the best preventive for skin cancer...but guess what! Some sunshine a day is not only good for you, it's crucial for Vitamin D production, an essential vitamin that we don't get enough of from food.