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Episode 231: Prevention and Treatment of the Common Cold – making sense of the evidence – Part III

In episode 231, Mike and James finally get to the end of their discussion of the CMAJ article “Prevention and Treatment of the Common Cold: making sense of the evidence” that was written by Mike and Bruce Arroll. We discuss all the evidence surrounding the use of alternative and non-drug treatments for the common cold and find out that not much, as with the medication side, really works – although if you like honey and you are a kid you are in luck.

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1) Prevention and Treatment of the Common Cold: making sense of the evidence


CMAJ January 27, 2014cmaj.121442 

Episode 230: Prevention and Treatment of the Common Cold – making sense of the evidence – Part II

In episode 230, Mike and James get back to discussing the CMAJ article “Prevention and Treatment of the Common Cold: making sense of the evidence”. We discuss all the evidence surrounding the use of drugs for the treatment of the common cold and find out that not much really works.

 Show notes

1) Prevention and Treatment of the Common Cold: making sense of the evidence


CMAJ CMAJ January 27, 2014cmaj.121442 

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