A post which has circulated online for years claims you can determine which bread on the shelf is freshest simply by looking at the color of the twist tie on the packaging.
A popular and long-running rumor states that if you enter your PIN at an ATM in reverse, it will serve as a panic code to summon the police.
A popular internet hint claims that a homemade deicer can be created using a mixture of Dawn dish soap, rubbing alcohol, and hot water. We put this hint to the test.
Can coughing during the onset of heart attack symptoms while alone save your life, as a common internet helpful hint suggests?
A “helpful hint” which has circulated online for years states that applying vinegar to your windshield is an effective way to remove ice quickly, or as a way to prevent ice from forming when left overnight. Is this suggestion a feasible alternative to more expensive de-icing solutions?
For several years, internet gossip has circulated regarding the ability of pregnancy tests to detect testicular cancer. Today we’ll look at the accumulated facts regarding the claim that a home pregnancy test can detect testicular cancer.
A rumor claims that cell phones are soon “going public” and will lead to a flood of calls by telemarketers. Today we’ll take a closer look at this rumor.
A graphic which has circulated online for years attempts to explain the colored squares which appear on tubes of various products. It is claimed that different colored squares on tube packaging indicates the chemical content of the product. Today we’ll take a look at this claim.