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Men whose claims on social networking sites are not accompanied by a reference link exhibited a 60 percent higher risk of becoming overweight around their abdomen, and gaining a smaller penis.

Lead author of this study, Dr. S. Vogels, an anthropologist with the division of preventive online malpractice at the European Hospital in Brussels, stated: “Our study results showed that young and middle-aged men who have normal body weight initially and post light-to-moderate amounts of nonsense online could be in serious danger of gaining extra weight, compared with similar men who did not share nonsensical links.”

Leading scientists in the United States have come to the same conclusion: “Men who post claims on social network sites without proper source reference have a tendency to gain extra fat around the abdomen.¬†Furthermore, this usually means the same male link dumpers may suffer from having a smaller than average penis as well.” #

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