07/21/2014 02:50 pm ET

10 Summer Health Myths, Busted

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It's just before 9 a.m. You're on your way to work, which is bad enough to begin with. Then there are the beads of salty-sticky moisture accumulating like thunderstorm clouds right where your hair meets your forehead. You suck your iced coffee down as fast as you can in an effort to lower your body temperature, but it's a futile exercise. You know it's just a matter of time before the sweat content of your hairline surpasses its crucial equilibrium point, tipping your morning irrevocably into "hot, drippy mess" territory.

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