When the venerable New York Times investigates an urban myth like the healing claims sometimes associated super glue, I can't help but pay attention. I grew up hearing how super glue was a great adhesive for wounds — better than stitches. I have even heard that super marathoners keep a tube of super glue with them to patch up their battered and blistered feet while running 100-mile races.
So what do you think? Is it fact or fiction? Take the quiz to see!
Super Glue Is a Super Healer: Fact or Fiction
T/F: Super glue is effective at sealing wounds and stopping bleeding.