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MythBusters: No, Eating Spicy Food Will Not Give You Coronavirus

MythBusters: No, Eating Spicy Food Will Not Give You Coronavirus

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MythBusters: No, Eating Spicy Food Will Not Give You Coronavirus

Novel coronavirus outbreak in China and consequently across the world has lead to a spur in fake news, medical misinformation and viral messages that make little sense. Even as the World Health Organisation declares the outbreak a Public Health Emergency of International Concern, we are busting some obvious myths.

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