- 12 May 2021
- Fact Check
7 December 1999 - Versions of this holiday gag have been kicking around for decades.
18 April 2011 - Claims that lemons "kill cancer cells" and are "10,000 times stronger than chemotherapy" are unsupported by credible medical evidence.
26 March 2020 - As cures go, these ones are lemons.
2 October 2003 - As much as we shampoo it, style it, cut it, and fret over it, hair continues to be a mystery to us.
Was Gatorade invented by researchers at the University of Florida?
3 May 2016 - Wax on apples is not a little-known secret uncovered by a YouTube user, and the substance used is safe to eat.
16 February 2009 - Bacteria on cut onions and potatoes do not cause more food poisoning cases than spoiled mayonnaise.
6 June 2019 - A viral video took off on Facebook in June 2019, but its claims about food safety were far from unadulterated.
Must fruit be eaten on an empty stomach in order for the body to absorb it properly?
Rumor: Photograph shows a blue Japanese fruit known as 'moon melon.'
17 April 2000 - Using Coke as a spermicide has been part of contraceptive lore at least since the 1950s.
9 October 2018 - LaCroix’s parent company is being sued over the allegedly false claim that the product is “all natural.” The chemicals identified in the lawsuit, however, are both safe and naturally occurring.