7 Myths About Health That Were Successfully Debunked by Modern Scientists
Antiperspirants are only effective when an aluminum salt blocks the pores that the sweat comes out of. In the ’60s, it was widely believed that aluminum can cause Alzheimer’s disease. The Alzheimer’s Association claims that studies haven’t proven that aluminum plays any role in the development of the disease; therefore, there’s no point in getting rid of antiperspirants.
People also used to believe that antiperspirants might cause kidney diseases. This myth was debunked by scientists from the National Kidney Foundation. They explain that it’s impossible to absorb so much aluminum through the skin to actually damage the kidneys.
Also, aluminum and parabens in antiperspirants were blamed for the development of breast cancer.
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