The internet can be a great source of up to date health information, but it can also create fear by spreading health hoaxes. You might have heard the one that anti-perspirants cause breast cancer, or that bananas from Costa Rica can cause flesh eating disease. Those are just a couple of the false rumors that make the rounds in cyberspace.
To ease your fears, the Centers for Disease Control has set up a special section on its web site to debunk health related rumors and hoaxes.
To debunk your health related rumors and concerns, you can (click here). There will be a special section devoted to health related rumors and hoaxes.