Snoring causes damage
I see the correlation to causation fallacy (now), but when I was doing this under timed conditions that seemed like a slight equivocation. After seeing the "E" was the answer: Abnormalities do not cause snoring(thereby strengthening by removing alternate cause), I realized that I should have looked more critically at this.
Is this the gist of the problem, did I just miss that "serious abnormalities" and "damage" are equivalent terms or is there more to it?
LSAT minds greater than mine please feel free to chime in...
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