10 Things You Didn’t Know Were Bad for Your Health

We all know smoking, binge-drinking, tanning, and eating fast food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner are bad for us. But you probably didn’t realize that some far more innocuous habits (like burning incense) and even others you thought were good for your health (like taking certain supplements) are actually doing damage.

To find out if your everyday activities or maybe even an element of your lifestyle is doing your body not-so-good, read on for 10 things you had no idea were bad for your health.

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