This myth has been debunked time and time again, but some still believe that the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine causes autism.
This popular myth perpetuates the idea that humans have vast, untapped cognitive potential, but in reality, we use all parts of our brain.
No food has negative calories, meaning that eating it burns more calories than it contains. Celery does provide some nutrients and fiber, but it still contains calories.
The popping sound you hear when you snap your fingers is just gas bubbles popping, and it's harmless.
This conspiracy theory has long been debunked by scientific evidence and is not supported by any credible scientific organization.
While organic food may reduce exposure to pesticides, it is not necessarily healthier than conventionally grown produce.
Studies have shown that happiness is not directly related to wealth, fame or success. the key to happiness is subjective
Our organs, such as the liver and kidneys, already work to detoxify our bodies. Detox diets are not scientifically proven