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Geetika

Geetika
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A content research professional she has over 12 years of work experience managing content and research for multiple blue chip companies including Accenture, Evalueserve and Economic Times. At THIP, she manages secondary research and fact finding.

TATA Health WhatsApp advisory about Covid-19 home treatment is fake and dangerous

A whatsapp message in circulation carries the link of TATA Health and carries a series of advisory for COVID-19. The message talks about three stages of COVID-19 and suggests various self medication treatments. We investigated and found the message is false.

Fact Check: Is holding my breath for 10 seconds to 1 minute a self-test for COVID-19?

Multiple posts have come up on social media claims that there is a ‘self test’ to see whether you got COVID-19. The post claims that if you can hold your breath for 10 seconds, you do not have COVID-19. We investigated and found the claim to be false.

Unisto: The syrup that cures stones in 4 hours doesn’t exist

A social media post that claims that a syrup called Uni-sto manufactured by Uniherbs Healthcare can cure stones in human body within 4 hours. We investigated and found out that such a syrup doesn't exist. The claim is false.

Fact Check: Hot Tea and Steam for Coronavirus

Another claim about Coronavirus cure has cropped up on social media. This one is about drinking hot tea, inhaling steam and gurgling with hot water. We fact check.

Fact Check: Last stage of Cancer can be cured in 3 days using Herbal mixture

A viral video on social media claims that even last stage cancer can be cured in 72 hours. The claim is that consuming a home-made mixture made of walnut, sprouted grains, honey, garlic, and lemon can cure the disease. We fact check.

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