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Martin's Griffin. Martin's Griffin St. Cracking your knuckles causes arthritis: The University of Arkansas debunks this myth, but adds that doing so repeatedly can cause temporary soreness of the joint.
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Eating spicy food causes stomach ulcers: According to the University of Rochester, spicy foods can only worsen existing ulcers, not cause them. A bacteria called Helicobacter pylori causes almost two-thirds of all peptic ulcers. The remainder are mostly caused by use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs like aspirin or ibuprofen. It takes seven years to digest a piece of gum: The resin base in gum is largely indigestible, but experts say it typically passes through the gastrointestinal tract within a few days.
Wait an hour to swim after eating: Mom was wrong when she warned of severe cramps and drowning, says the University of Arkansas. The theory was that digestion and absorption of nutrients would mean less blood supply from the working muscles. But the body has plenty of oxygen to supply both the stomach and muscles. Humans use only 10 percent of our brains: The belief that we use such a small percentage of our brains has been around for more than a century, but studies show otherwise. Michael Brant-Zawadzki, a Hoag Hospital neuroradiologist, said in an email.
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