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2. Kim Kardashian

It’s hard to believe people come to Kim for advice for anything beyond fashion and makeup tips, but with over 36 million Twitter followers and a huge audience on her reality shows, Kim’s word is gospel to an enormous segment of the population. So when she started promoting the drug Diclegis to combat morning sickness during her second pregnancy, the FDA got its back up. There’s a federal rule about revealing side effects when promoting drugs, not just its benefits, and Kim failed to talk about the hazardous drowsiness effect Diglegis can have on some people. Using reality TV stars as marketing vehicles for pharmaceuticals is a little scary. We’d caution you not to get important health information from a Kardashian (do we really have to say this?). Consult your doctor for a better dose of reality.

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