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Honey may ease coughs and other respiratory symptoms
by Nicholas Bakalar
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24 August 2020
On 24 August 2020 The New York Times reported:
A review of studies confirms an old home remedy: honey for colds. British researchers pooled data from 14 randomized controlled trials testing honey for the relief of upper respiratory tract infections. Compared with usual care, the effect of honey was significant in lowering a combined symptom score and in reducing the severity and frequency of coughing.
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