Do you detour to shop at outlet stores on road trips? Well, if you love the feeling of getting a bargain, you might want to stop reading now.
A fearless myth-slayer, one physics professor has driven a scientific state into the heart of ghost, vampire and zombie myths.
A goal of bipolar treatment should not just be symptom reduction, but helping the person to make the most of their gifts and abilities.
When it's over 100 degrees outside, is it finally hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk?
From "It's normal for breastfeeding to hurt" to "Many women do not produce enough milk" and beyond, breastfeeding myths and misinformation abound.
For years, the spinning dancer optical illusion has been making the rounds - but what is it really about?
It's not just the flu virus that's causing problems - there are also many flu vaccine myths that are keeping people from doing more to prevent influenza.
Is swallowing gum bad for you? Does gum stay in your stomach for seven years?
Is blood ever blue? That is, is there ever really such a thing as blue blood - outside the science-fiction world, anyway?
Many everyday health myths are not only commonly accepted not only by the general population, but also by many physicians.
It's become accepted wisdom: 'Drink at least eight glasses of water a day!' But do you really need that much?
Common folklore suggests that couples who conceive quickly are more likely to have boys than girls.
You may have heard that bananas are radioactive. Is it true, or just a myth?
Because there is no known cause of autism, many myths circulate about its origin, treatment and prevention. Here, a doctor does a little mythbusting.
A dermatologist weighs in on the possible link between acne & your diet - particularly if you eat carbohydrates and dairy products.