I'd say yes, though it could probably use editing (hint hint): it's about something potentially happening because of the actual cooking, not just a health question about eating food, and it's a relatively acute problem, not a long-term fuzzy health issue.
It seems roughly in the same category as onions making us cry (thanks, Debbie!) or butternut squash messing with our skin. I actually like the butternut squash comparison here, because the OP definitely seemed unsure if it was at all a normal reaction, so just confirming that it is was helpful. I suspect that in this case the answer might be "no, that's not really a normal thing; if it's bad, go see your doctor" but it still seems fair to ask whether it's a potentially expected issue.