Here, In no particular order, are the 12 worst a-mall health Email Database hoaxes of the last decade. All have been thoroughly debunked by health and medical experts. 1. Antiperspirants cause breast cancer. This hoax began circulating In 1999 and claims that the use of antiperspirant (deodorants are safety) is the leading cause of breast cancer. Citing a ''health seminar'' as Email Database the source of information, the writer alleges that antiperspirants prevent the body from eliminating toxins through sweat.
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Including brain tumors, multiple sclerosis, and lupus, ant confusion, memory loss, and severe vision loss among diabetics There are two versions the first and more Email Database popular was supposedly written by a Betty Martini, an alleged lecturer at the World Environmental Conference. In the second version, a Nancy Markle is the author. The Multiple sclerosis Foundation Email Database denies any knowledge of association between aspartame and multiple sclerosis, whale the American diabetes association debunks the allegations regarding aspartame and diabetes.