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Scientists reveal active component in chillies can cause cance...

Recent research, conducted by German scientists, has revealed that the active component in chillies, capsaicin, can cause cancer cells to self-destruct. Capsaicin is the compound that gives chilies their special kick, but while it can easily make some people ... News on Air, 1 month ago

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Eat Hot Peppers to Live Longer

Consumption of red hot chilli peppers can decrease mortality, finds study. Red chilli peppers was linked to reduce mortality due to heart disease and stroke. Capsaicin, a component in red chili peppers play a role in cellular and molecular mechanisms that ...
 Med India1 month ago

Why you shouldn't cook potatoes in a microwave

Did you know that heating potatoes in a microwave without piercing may possibly lead to an explosion? There are certain kinds of containers and food items that if kept in a microwave oven, can prove to be hazardous and can harm your health severely. Here are certain type of food items that you should never heat in a microwave oven: #1. Eggs In case you attempt to hard boil the eggs in your microwave oven, you are prone to either wind up with a major mess or with burned fingers. The quick ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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