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-- -- -- -- Well -- probably he's been in a whole lot of time outside today shall stop laughing is so it's time to -- some common summer myths like will that -- turn into a -- Fox medically team's doctor Marc Siegel is here with fact or fiction I heard it once said by someone close to me.
It does sunburns are for the first stupid people because you know that you're gonna burn if you're out there without any sort of suntan lotion on and people think that it's gonna turn into a -- and does it.
Believe it or not when I was a kid now when your Q when I was a kid we thought that we were -- -- -- -- and no become a tent.
Ridiculous myth it's fiction.
But what -- actually does is it damages your skin you get peeling you get -- this.
He hit it an injury to the skin increases your risk just can't can't can't -- -- some people think -- -- they've they're gonna get brown after me get that read it's gonna turn into that this topic damages the skin.
No attending his good for you by the way no -- -- know attending in the sun it's all on healthy but the worst is to get that -- -- it will end up being uneven and you won't get -- ten.
A group of my I think my mom saying that -- you know if you -- swallow those seeds from a watermelon you're it's gonna grow inside -- you is that.
If people believe that that's also a total myth but there's a couple points -- that you find fascinating first of all seats can get caught in parts of the -- like the appendix.
And can be an inflammation and a problem.
We'll also footnote but no -- I don't well -- -- grow but you know some Clinton there's been some cases of trees growing in loans loans are moist.
-- -- sponges you could.
Actually grow seed in the lungs but not in the GI -- not in the stomach because it's acidic -- yes stomach no.
The growing -- -- without soil in your -- I've seen photos and and in pictures of trees growing -- loan that's weird but if I have great.
Great oxygen no absolutely.
I'm myth number three you can -- poison ivy from someone who has it.
I used to mean if the wind would blow in my direction I'd catch poison -- out in the woods.
And I always thought that if someone else had -- new touch them you would get it well he's always.
-- when we came on here Peter Johnson says that's bad bugs the truth is that's neither -- poison ivy is not catching.
Because poison obvious from the oil of the -- so once you have the rash and the content to a three days for the rest of fully spread.
So you think it's something in the rash that's contagious and it's not the rash it's the -- the plan.
And there's very little oil on that -- so someone touches it they're not gonna catch.
Commit number four in the myth -- scratching a bug bite -- makes it worse.
This one just to shake you up is true.
This is a fact because this bacteria under the skin and this bacteria on to your fingernails so when you -- -- bug bite you scratch it.
You risk the chance of getting it in fact -- it happens all the time so I tell people out there put a little bastard trees and on the body.
Get in the indict -- cream some things that you don't scratch the thing gets much worse and that's when it gets in practice we would kids and because -- -- -- -- -- regional thing out there on the mosquito -- absolutely no one more thing guys out there.
No barbecue pork this morning long time and therefore he's -- a -- anti needed at this our -- meeting at eating at this hour so it's it's true that it is good at 7:30 in the morning -- have your -- now.
-- -- -- Don't tell that to the pork barrel barbecue folks outside -- sorry guys in minutes after seeing a great to see it has independent auditor independence that.
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