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Current news articles on April, 23rd 2018 from the hot world of chilli peppers, thanks to Google news.


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The Casual Gardener: When to plant chilli depends on how hot you like it - The Irish News
Saturday 21st April, 2018:

The Irish NewsI CAN personally testify to the fieriness of chillies, having once woken abruptly to find my elder brother sticking a freshly sliced fruit up my nose. You may think such behaviour is characteristic of an adolescent but it's important to point out that ...


Eating super-hot chilli could give you 'thunderclap' headaches - Channel NewsAsia
Tuesday 10th April, 2018:

Channel NewsAsiaEating super-hot chilli could give you 'thunderclap' headachesChannel NewsAsiaEating super-hot chilli peppers can have painful effects that extend beyond a blazing mouth, doctors warn. After downing a "Carolina Reaper", billed as the world's hottest chilli pepper at the time, a 34-year-old man developed intense head and neck ...Man suffered 'thunderclap' headaches after hot chilli contestIndependent.ieFeeling hot, hot, hot: Man hospitalised after eating world's hottest chilli pepper in eating contestSky NewsWorld's 'hottest chilli' gives man five weeks of excruciating headachesTelegraph.co.ukScience Daily -The Asian Age -The Sydney Morning Herald -BMJ Case Reportsall 224 news articles »


Fear the reaper: Red hot chilli pepper puts eater in hospital - New Zealand Herald
Sunday 15th April, 2018:

A 34-year-old man ate a Carolina Reaper, the hottest chilli pepper on earth, and developed what's known as a "thunderclap headache." It was the headache heard 'round the world. Media outlets from Today to the New York Times reported on the poor man's ...


'No complaints' over world's hottest chilli pepper - Sky News
Sunday 15th April, 2018:

Sky News'No complaints' over world's hottest chilli pepperSky NewsHis response comes after doctors warned of the medical effects of eating mega-hot chillies competitively following a British Medical Journal report which highlighted the case of man in the US who had taken on the Carolina reaper in an eating contest ...


Red hot chilli Pep blasts ref - The Straits Times
Wednesday 11th April, 2018:

The Straits TimesLONDON • Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola slammed Spanish referee Antonio Mateu Lahoz and lamented decisions that cost his side dear, after a 2-1 home defeat by Liverpool on Tuesday sealed a 5-1 aggregate exit from the Champions League quarter ...


Why do people enjoy taking part in chilli-eating contests? - BBC News
Tuesday 10th April, 2018:

BBC NewsFor some people putting chillies in a meal can ruin it completely, while for others they're necessary for food to be as tasty as can be. But there's also a third category of people who seek out the hottest chillies around - and eat them in competitions ...


Hot stuff, apparently - New Zealand Herald
Friday 20th April, 2018:

New Zealand HeraldLeah Pineha from Napier won the Hot Chilli Eating Competition, after The Great Chilli Cook-off, at Bareknuckle BBQ in Hastings. Video by Duncan Brown. Play Video. Play. Mute. 0:00. /. 0:00. Loaded: 0%. Progress: 0%. Stream TypeLIVE. 0:00. Playback Rate ...


Can Chillies Cause Headaches? - Labmate Online
Monday 23rd April, 2018:

From watering eyes to a burning tongue, it's no secret that chillies can wreak havoc on the body. Now, scientists are claiming that the Carolina Reaper, one of the hottest chillies on the planet, can actively constrict arteries in the brain and cause ...


Super-hot chilli linked to man's brain arteries narrowing - RTE.ie
Tuesday 10th April, 2018:

RTE.ieSuper-hot chilli linked to man's brain arteries narrowingRTE.ieA man sought emergency treatment for excruciating headaches and neck pain after eating the world's hottest chilli. The 34-year-old developed agonising symptoms after trying the "Carolina Reaper" during a hot pepper competition, medics have revealed. A ...


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