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Old Wives' Tales: fact or fiction?
by staff writer, Orig. posted 10.25.03
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You've probably heard them all, "Eating carrots is good for your eyes," "Don't cross your eyes; they'll stay that way," "You'll go deaf listening to loud music." Take our fun poll and then read the article by Patricia Curtis to see whether there is fact of fiction behind these and 10 other old wives' tales.

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How did you do? Check the article by Patricia Curtis, 13 Old Wives' Tales Exposed, and find out!


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