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All Blog Posts Tagged 'myths' (3)

Pregnancy Myths and Old Wives’ Tales

Since I fell pregnant about seven months ago, I have heard and pretty much collected lots of pregnancy myths and old wives’ tales, wrapped in the form of advices, from my family, relatives and friends. They meant well by telling me all those advices but somehow I don't exactly follow or believe most of them as I understand that their claims are not medically or scientifically proven. If they were true, to some degree, my Gynae herself would have informed me those advices…

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Added by Christine Shuy on July 17, 2012 at 9:01pm — No Comments

The Peebles "Exceptional Value" Myth Exposed

Peebles is a small retail department store that builds its stores in, and markets to, small communities.  They tout in their marketing that they offer "exceptional value and service".

This is hardly the truth.

Please read and comment on my blog.  This is a heartfelt post.…

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Added by Sarah "Cricket" Smith on May 25, 2011 at 8:00pm — No Comments

A Winter Myth Moms Perpetrate... Are You Guilty?

I'll bet you fell for this one.

Did you know you cannot catch a cold by going outside with wet hair?

Colds are the result of germs. So build your immunity by taking a good multi-vitamin and a little D to stay healthy.…

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Added by Godsygirl on December 11, 2010 at 3:52pm — No Comments

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