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Anti-Influenza Nutraceuticals: Antiviral andAnti-Inflammatory Effects

@inproceedings{Humpherys2019AntiInfluenzaNA,
  title={Anti-Influenza Nutraceuticals: Antiviral andAnti-Inflammatory Effects},
  author={Brayden Humpherys and D. Busath},
  year={2019}
}
Influenza is an upper respiratory infection that causes mild to severe symptoms, sometimes resulting in hospital visits and even death. There are often other complications related to influenza as well, such as pneumonia, ear and sinus infections; plus, influenza can augment preexisting chronic medical conditions [1]. The CDC estimates that since 2010 there have been 9.3-49 million cases of influenza in the United States (USA) annually. Of these cases, 140,000-960,000 resulted in… Expand
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