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Consumption of hot spicy foods and mortality--is chilli good for your health?

Bmj 351: H4141-H4141
Consumption of hot spicy foods and mortality--is chilli good for your health?

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Accession: 057497572

PMID: 26242970

DOI: 10.1136/bmj.h4141

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