The Internet has many gifts to offer. But it also offers up some ridiculous myths—particularly in the realm of nutrition—that are more stubborn than an oil stain. Here, 9 of the more dubious nutrition myths you’ll find online—busted.
You finally have a legitimate reason not to respond to a late-night email from your boss: According to a new study conducted by Michigan State University, people who use their phones for work-related purposes after 9 p.m. don’t sleep that well and are less productive the following day. “We studied work-related phone calls, emails, and text messages because engaging in work before bed doesn’t allow people to disengage from their day, unlike more relaxing activities like texting with a friend,” lead study author Russell Johnson, an assistant professor of management, tells Yahoo Shine.