Caffeine may lower your risk for certain cancers. Four or five cups a day has been shown to help people with colon cancer, and colorectal cancer. And a 26-year study by the American Cancer Society found it could also cut your oral cancer risk in half.
Myth #1: Touching your toes before a run prevents injuries. There's very little evidence static stretches like that actually work. You should do dynamic stretches instead where you move around. Then do static stretches after your workout when you're loose.
A new study finds that despite widespread public health warnings about distracted driving, the majority of parents are still using their phones on the road, with one group in particular facing the most risk: millennial's.