Ascorbic acid and the common cold.

@article{Pauling1967AscorbicAA,
  title={Ascorbic acid and the common cold.},
  author={Linus C. Pauling},
  journal={The American journal of clinical nutrition},
  year={1967},
  volume={24 11},
  pages={1294-9}
}
was completed daily by the camp physician for each of the 279 participants who were asked about the presence or absence of 11 specific and six nonspe-cific cold symptoms. Certain of these, such as pharyngitis, bronchitis, and herpes labial is, together with the number of days sick, could be confirmed by the physicians. To the Editor.-I heartily endorse the views of your contributors Dykes and Meier (231:1073, 1975) that the use of double-blind randomized trials is especially essential in the… CONTINUE READING

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Certain of these , such as pharyngitis , bronchitis , and herpes labial is , together with the number of days sick , could be confirmed by the physicians .
Certain of these , such as pharyngitis , bronchitis , and herpes labial is , together with the number of days sick , could be confirmed by the physicians .
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Ascorbic acid and the common cold .
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