Home > Newsletters > Daily: Love or hate Earth Hour? > Daily Dose: Fast-growing HIV epidemic in Philippines > Health-in-Motion 15 November 2016 Advice for those who like their food spicy hot Here’s some advice for those who like their food spicy hot: have some ginger with your chillies. Some studies have suggested that capsaicin, the chemical compound that gives chilli peppers their kick, may cause stomach cancer. But recently, research using mice has shown that 6-ginergol, the fragrant compound in ginger, could counteract capsaicin's potentially harmful effects. The scientists conducting the research believe that if the capsaicin of chillies and the 6-gingerol of ginger are consumed in combination, they could actually lower the risk of cancer. 0 More: Daily Dose: Fast-growing HIV epidemic in PhilippinesHealth-in-Motion advertisement Other news News 2016 Health of the Nation Survey Medical Fast-growing HIV epidemic in Philippines Medical Breast cancer prevention drug no use beyond 5 years Lifestyle Injectables: Fact vs. fiction Parenting Baby teethers in US contain bisphenol-A Medical SEE: How to sit correctly From our sponsors Sun protection for all children Understanding your sunscreen The science behind cosmeceuticals Do you know these 5 facts about skincare? Live healthier The debate continues » Working out in the concrete jungle 7 top butt exercises for guys 10 things pole dancing can do for you The running vs. walking debate There are many different theories when it comes to the running vs. walking for health and weight loss. Veganism a crime? » Running the Comrades Marathon on a vegan diet Are vegans unnatural beasts? Can a vegan be really healthy? Should it be a crime to raise a baby on vegan food? After a number of cases of malnourishment in Italy, it may become a crime to feed children under 16 a vegan diet.