Nothing beats a cold better than a hot bowl of chicken soup. New research out of the University of Nebraska Medical Center suggests that could be more fact that fiction.
Researcher, Dr. Stephen Rennard says they used chicken soup on white blood cells which defend the body against infection but with upper respiratory tract infections they do more harm than good.
Dr. Stephen Rennard:
Dr. Rennard says this project shows that chicken soup may have an anti-inflammatory activity which could ease the symptoms and shorten infections.
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