Honey effective in symptomatic treatment of nocturnal cough in children with upper respiratory tract infections

A randomized placebo-controlled, double-blind trial found that the effects of a single nocturnal dose of honey was more effective than placebo for treating nocturnal cough and difficulty sleeping associated with childhood upper respiratory tract infections (URIs).

“Honey has been used as a traditional remedy for generations in India for a variety of ailments such as...

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