9. Hungover Driving May Be as Bad as Drunk Driving
Driving hungover can be just as dangerous as driving drunk. Medical Daily reports on two studies that suggest driving while hungover results in dangerously slow reaction times and erratic behavior behind the wheel.
8. Hay Fever May Trigger Food Allergies
If you have seasonal allergies related to dust or pollen, you may also be at risk for developing certain food allergies. The American Academy of Asthma, Allergy, and Immunology warns that sensitivity to certain pollens in the air can translate into allergies to fruits and vegetables. For example, a ragweed allergy may trigger an allergic reaction to cantaloupe, cucumber, or banana.
7. Canola Oil Is as Good as Olive Oil
Olive oil is revered for the healthy fats and antioxidants it contains. Canola oil, however, often takes a back seat when the discussion turns to healthy oils. While extra virgin olive oil is higher in antioxidants than canola oil, both have a similar nutrition profile.