Give me verses that tell of things once thought wrong or just a fable that have now been shown to be truth.
Practically the entire Bible has been proven - but not just by science alone
Since you specifically asked about science...
(Proverbs 14:30) . . .A calm heart is the life of the fleshly organism, but jealousy is rottenness to the bones.
9 New Ways to Keep Your Heart Healthy
Keep a lid on hostility.
Hostility can have negative effects on a woman's heart, and a 2016 study sheds light on the mechanism that may be involved.
Previous studies have found that higher levels of cynical hostility in women — or a cynical attitude along with a general mistrust of other people — is linked with an increased risk for heart disease, while women filled with optimism have a lower risk for heart disease.
Researchers now suspect that something called heart rate variability, which measures the time interval between heart beats, might help explain why hostility may be harmful to women's hearts.
Women with higher levels of hostility had a lower heart rate variability, on average, than women with lower levels of hostility, according to the findings. In general, a higher heart rate variability is a good thing, the researchers said.
Hostile feelings might also hurt the heart by activating the fight-or-flight response, which boosts stress hormone levels. The study also found that women who were more hostile were more likely to have other heart risk factors, such as high blood pressure, obesity and high cholesterol, compared with women who were less hostile.
(Proverbs 23:20) . . .Do not be among those who drink too much wine,. . .
(1 Timothy 5:23) . . .take a little wine for the sake of your stomach and your frequent cases of sickness.
Be smart about drinking.
Moderate drinking may be linked to a lower risk of some, but not all, heart conditions a large study from England suggests.
Men and women in the study who drank moderate amounts of alcohol were less likely to be diagnosed with chest pain (angina), stroke, heart failure and peripheral artery disease (a reduction in blood flow to the legs and arms) than people who never drank, the researchers found.
In the study, moderate drinking was considered as no more than 14 "units" of alcohol a week. One unit of alcohol is defined as 8 grams of pure alcohol, according to the U.K.'s National Health Services. A pint of beer is equal to 3 units of alcohol, while a glass of wine is about 2 units. [Here's How Much Alcohol Is OK to Drink in 19 Countries]
But compared to moderate drinking, heavy drinking was linked to an increased risk of heart conditions, including cardiac arrest, stroke, heart failure and peripheral artery disease.
People who never drink should not take up the habit to prevent these heart problems, the researchers said. There are safer ways to improve heart health, such as exercising and quitting smoking, that don't come with the risks of alcohol, they noted.
(Deuteronomy 23:12, 13) . . .A private place should be designated for use outside the camp, and there is where you should go. 13
A peg should be part of your equipment. When you squat outside, you should dig a hole with it and then cover your excrement.
Ancient Poo Is The First-Ever Confirmation Hippocrates Was Right About Parasites
Little is known about infectious disease and parasites in the prehistoric inhabitants of the islands of the Aegean, in contrast to later time periods. It is only with the development of Greek medical texts in the 5th and 4th centuries BCE we start to find evidence for the diseases that affected the population of region.
Whipworms and roundworms can live inside human intestines, Mitchell said, where they absorb nutrients from our food and produce thousands of eggs each day. Infections spread through contact with the host's poo, since the poo contains the eggs.
The importance of good quality drinking water has been established for years. However, the importance of proper sanitation was not understood until the 19th century
(Leviticus 19:18) . . .“‘You must not take vengeance nor hold a grudge against the sons of your people, and you must love your fellow man as yourself. . . .
Forgiveness Is Good For Your Health
8 Benefits of Forgiveness, Backed by Science
1. Holding a grudge stresses out your entire body
2. Forgiving is good for your heart
There is a whole heap more, and I see no good reason to write a book on these forums.
The Bible's laws and principles on sexual morality, spiritual education, communication skill, and a whole list of other things - including a whole history dug up by archaeologists.