Should you avoid taking a shower or bath during a thunderstorm? Today we’ll see what the experts say and take a closer look at the possible dangers.
A popular rumor which circulated online for years states that a woman died due to Leptospirosis, which was contracted from drinking out of a soda can covered in rat urine.
A photo circulating online allegedly shows oranges from Libya which were said to be injected with HIV-positive blood. Another image set shows bananas which supposedly shows “blood spots” in them.
An online graphic and associated narrative promotes the dangers of eating baby carrots. Is this true or fake? Today we take a closer look at this rumor.
An online warning states that using a cell phone while charging is dangerous due to increased radiation and potential for explosion or electrocution. Is this true or false?
A warning circulating on social media suggests that a new technique by car thieves involves placing a penny or nickel in the passenger door handle to prevent the vehicle from being locked.
A photo heavily circulating online shows beetles attached to the roof of a dog’s mouth. A warning is included to check your dog’s mouth for similar infestation.
A long-running urban legend holds that terrorists have acquired a large number of UPS uniforms to be used in attacks against citizens.