A chili grower defended the Carolina Reaper, after the world's hottest chili pepper reportedly sent a man to the hospital. He said that there is a proper way to prepare the Carolina Reaper, to avoid any health issues.
Public Health April 15, 2018
A man complained of thunderclap headache after participating in a contest where he ate one piece of Carolina Reaper. The case study on him was published just days after Carolina Reaper reclaimed Guinness World record for world’s hottest chili pepper.
Public Health April 10, 2018
Eating spicy chili pepper regularly may reduce risk of premature death from heart disease and stroke. Capsaicin found in chili peppers could be behind this link.
Healthy Living/Wellness January 15, 2017
Researchers discovered that eating spicy food may have significant effects on life expectancy. With this, some regard hot treats to be the elixir of life.
Life August 5, 2015
Research indicates the active ingredient in chili peppers, dietary capsaicin, can reduce the risk of colorectal cancer. It also claims the pepper can help extend a person's life span.
Life August 2, 2014