Monday, August 06, 2007
Debunking Health Myths
"There's lots of people in this world who spend so much time watching their health that they haven't the time to enjoy it."
No, there are no hair growing herbs.
No, Rosemary does not cure toenail fungus.
Yes, several components of some red wines have been proven to lower blood pressure and reduce risk of heart attack while boosting your anti-oxidative state.
Ever had questions like these? Ever seen the stupid, cheesy, almost-too-dumb-to-not-believe ads online promising health miracles?
A few of us at UW Pharmaceutics have decided to provide the public who can find us with a way to find out the truth about these things. We would love to hear your health myth questions.
Please give it a shot, its free. Tell your friends, too; we want to spread the word and help people become informed about these false/misleading/unusual promotions and messages.
Discuss Debunking Health Myths
I hope to see some questions soon. We will provide any information we can to set the record straight!