Contraceptive pills are NOT abortifacients.
There's a web of confusion about female reproductive health. Many online sources are riddled with errors and baseless information. In the Philippines, majority of Filipinos still believe in myths that have no scientific and accurate sources. According to Roots of Health,
You've got it all wrong.
Ever since the fat-free food craze of the '90s, everyone's been hating on fat. But fat has long been misunderstood.To set the record straight-and let go of your fat fears-get the facts:Truth: The fat you eat
Let's keep things real.
1. You're irreplaceable.Okay, believing you're irreplaceable might make you feel great about yourself, but as soon as someone threatens to replace you in your position, you won't take it gracefully. Your pride might make you go apeshit or
What you feel after eating Chinese food is all in your head.
Maria Konnikova of the New Yorker, also author of the book Mastermind: How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes, has a biweekly program on Slate called "Is that Bullshit?" where the plain truth about science and cures are investigated and then confirmed or
They're just marketing strategies, backed by no research.
1. Go gluten-free! It's healthier!Gluten-free food is not any healthier for most people. Gluten is only bad for you if you have celiac disease, because the gluten will destroy the part of the small intestine that absorbs nutrients
Wearing short shorts? Still not asking for it!
Rape myths are problematic beliefs on sexual assault. But what's made them so prevalent? According to University of Minnesota Duluth, they were uncritically and illogically linked to circumstances and individuals throughout our history. All thanks to gender role expectations and a
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