Information is powerful but misinformation may be deadly
“Knowledge is power”, goes the saying. That is correct, but perhaps one should add the word “True” in front of knowledge.
Posting articles on the internet has become very easy. This has lead to lots of untested ideas and concepts, sometime even false claims, being promoted as “the truth”.
This could have been brushed aside but when health or even life is affected, one no longer should ignore what is happening.
Water is one of the most important aspects of any survival situation. There are some myths going around about possible sources of water, during situations like this. Not all the information is factually correct and in some cases may lead to serious health risks.
Read the article below and to find out if you are holding onto one of these re-hydration myths.
Remember to let us know about other myths people should avoid.
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