It seems there’s a new study every day that vilifies some part of your everyday life and makes you think that you’ve been doing all of the wrong things to your body.

One day it’s eggs, the next day it’s corn syrup, the next it’s aspirin, and then it’s plastic water bottles. I recently heard that a person didn’t want to join a company-sponsored smoking cessation program because of the side effects they heard on the news. So, I decided to do a little research on this assertion and see if there was actually any scientific support to these claims or if this was just a case of the media sensationalizing an issue. What I found out was astounding.

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