UW-La Crosse Professor Debunks Common Health Myths


By Adam Schrager | February 4, 2014

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La Crosse professor Brian Udermann is on a mission to debunk common health myths – many of which we may have originally heard from our well-intentioned parents. Think carrots improve your eyesight? Or that sitting too close to the TV will damage your eyes? What about waiting for 20 minutes to swim after eating? According to Professor Udermann, you may want to check your facts.

After the segment, take professor Brian Udermann’s six question quiz and see how you do.

Adam Schrager

Adam Schrager is an Investigative producer and reporter with WISC-TV, the CBS affiliate in Madison.
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