When I was little, I remember driving in the car with my grandfather near Frog Island in Stillwater. Over the Hudson River near the railroad bridge are power lines that stretch across to the other side of the river. Every few feet there are giant red balls on the power lines. When I asked my grandfather what those balls were for he said that when the water rises from the river and reaches the power lines, they are able to float. I was young so I believed him.
So I was reading an article about food myths and they listed 5 of them that we still believe despite the fact that they have been scientifically disproved. Now I'm not one to argue with science but I'm sorry sometimes I still believe what I see more than what I read.
The eight glasses of water per-day standard is one of the easiest health rules to follow, since a person is almost always in the vicinity of a sink or a watercooler.
But according to Scottish doctor Margaret McCartney, it’s complete hogwash. Mc