Women Need to Stop Believing These Health Myths

Bras are cancerous.This one has been going around for a while, but it is completely false.

UTIs are cured by cranberry juice.
Nope. Cranberry juice and urinary tract infections have long been associated.

The HPV vaccination isn't necessary.
Nope. Not true. In the United States, the human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most frequent sexually transmitted infection.

Dr. Wider thinks it's less likely to get pregnant if you're exclusively breastfeeding, but it's still possible.

The flu vaccine is ineffective.
False. The effectiveness of the flu vaccine varies from year to year, although on average,

Exercising during pregnancy is risky.
It was once believed that pregnant ladies should take it easy.

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