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There seems to be a constant stream of health rules we’re supposed to follow, but how many do we really need to abide by? Amy Brightfield of Better Homes and Gardens and Dr. Steven Lamm of NYU Medical Center quiz the TODAY anchors on which rules are true and which have a little wiggle room.