Scientists didn’t warn that eating eggs causes blood clots1 min read
An online article misrepresents a 2017 Cleveland Clinic study about a nutrient found in eggs. Here’s what the research actually says.
A headline warning people about purported adverse health effects linked to a popular breakfast staple began circulating on social media in late January.
“Scientists warn eggs are causing thousands of people to ‘suddenly’ form blood clots,” the headline published online by News Punch, which describes itself as a news and entertainment website, reads. Some people have also shared the headline on social media, with some posts implying that blood clots are linked to COVID-19 vaccines.
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