You're sitting in a meeting and your left eyelid is twitching uncontrollably. You wonder if the person opposite can see it, and why it's happening.
First we feel thirsty and fatigued, and may develop a mild headache. This eventually gives way to grumpiness, and mental and physical decline.
We've always been taught fresh produce might not be safe to eat straight out of the supermarket, and it has to be washed first. Is this the case? What about ones labelled "ready to eat"?
We swallow spiders in our sleep. Sitting on cold concrete gives you piles. And if you swallow chewing gum, it'll stay in your stomach for years. Right?
What are some of those food safety myths we've long come to believe that aren't actually true?
Summer holidays are upon as, and many of us finally get to spend some lazy days by the pool. But how can you ensure this pleasant experience doesn't leave you with any nasty surprises?
It only takes a single fly to alight on your picnic lunch to make you uneasy about what germs may have landed with it. But what harm can come from a fly landing on your food? Should you throw it away?