Health Myths and Misconceptions That Turn Out to be True


Came across this fascinating piece from Listverse that thoroughly piqued our interest. The title is 10 Ridiculous Health Myths (Science Says Are Actually True) and we thought it would be awesome to share it with you.

It shares with us some intriguing health trivia that we often just shrug off as a myth. Here’s one of them:

In a Dutch study, researchers found that comfortable temperature for women is about 2.5 degrees Celsius (4.5 °F) warmer than it is for men, falling somewhere around 24 to 25 degrees Celsius (75–77 °F).[3] It’s because of the hormone estrogen, which slows down the flow of blood to the tips of the toes and fingers during cold months.

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