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Vitamin C, Garlic, Bitter Gourd: Fact Checkers claim they can’t save you from CoronaVirus; We say, you should still add them to your diet...

Multiple social media posts and whatsapp messages have been floated around about various foods that can prevent or cure CoronaVirus.Various websites have...

Is Vitamin C good for diabetic patient?

Vitamin C has positive effects on blood sugar level, as shown in multiple researches. Vitamin C may make up for low blood levels of insulin,...

Does Folic Acid help in lowering blood pressure?

What is Folic Acid? Folic Acid (also known as Folate or Vitamin B9) is a type of Vitamin. Folic acid helps the body produce and...

12 nutrients that can help you beat depression

Depression is caused by a series of factors including genetics, hormones, illness and stress. However, according to researchers your diet may help to some...

Iron overdose can hurt you. Here is how

  Why is Iron important in our body? Iron is an essential mineral in our body. It is an important part of the hemoglobin in blood....
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This mobile game is a good exercise but not a valid COVID-19 test

A small mobile game is being forwarded on WhatsApp. The game which is a breathing exercise is being claimed as a self COVID test. We consulted doctors and found the claim to be false.

Fact Check: Conspiracy theory audio message allegedly from Maharastra MLA Geeta Jain about COVID testing

An audio message is being circulated with the photo of a MLA Geeta Jain from Maharashtra implying that the message is from the elected representative. The audio is a two minute long message on conspiracy theory about the COVID-19 test and the politics around it. The message asks users to not get tests done and resort only to home treatment. We investigated and found that the message is false.

Fact Check: COVID treatment suggested by Nanavati Hospital’s Dr. Ansari and Dr. Limaye

A WhatsApp message doing rounds claims that the COVID experts of Mumbai's Nanavati Hospital have suggested a set of treatments for COVID-19 patients. The hospital has responded to the claims and clarified that these were not suggested by their doctors. We mark this claim as false.

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