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Why Does Eating Ice Cream Make You Cough?

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Eating ice cream makes you cough because ice cream, or generally anything cold reacts with your saliva to create a thicker secretion, which may irritate your throat and make you cough. Ice cream also causes a dry effect; when you breathe in with a mouthful if ice cream, your lungs may get irritated, which may lead to coughing.
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