These are unconfirmed claims and are effectively anecdotal. There’s also no peer-reviews, so it’s unverified and based on speculation of cause of death.
I am going to be real with you, a common technique that I’ve seen is information overload. Taking a fuck ton of vaguely similar articles or articles that sound vaguely like the point they are going to make and using those. There’s also a lot of cases where people take the unverified or recently submitted studies and use those as “evidence.” So consider me skeptical when approaching this but I will take a look when I am more free. I am currently renovating a duplex right now so my time is limitedThat's a good point, but the sources in the description contain the articles in question if you want to bypass the youtuber's take on it. Better than me pasting 20+ links here