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Connecticut Center for Health: November 2004 Archives

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Honey Relieves Herpes Better than Acyclovir

Cold sores or genital herpes outbreaks are very annoying and sometimes difficult to treat. If you have herpes, consider using honey the next time you have an outbreak. In a study of 16 men and women with recurrent cold sores or genital herpes, topical application of honey was compared to administration of acyclovir cream, a drug commonly used to treat herpes. As compared to acyclovir, application of honey to the sores was much better...

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Processed Meats Increase Diabetes Risk

Red meats and processed meats such as hot dogs appear to increase the risk of diabetes, as does the typical "Western" diet, according to the latest research. U.S. investigators found that people that ate mostly Western foods - including sweets, French fries, refined grains such as white bread, and red and processed meats - were nearly 50% more likely to develop diabetes over a 14-year period than people who ate minimal amounts of Western-type...

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Efficacy of Blood Pressure Drug Questioned

Atenolol (brand name Tenormin) is a leading drug used by millions of people to lower blood pressure. However, it does not prevent deaths from heart attacks or other cardiovascular problems as well as other treatments, according to research just released. Atenolol belongs to a class of drugs known as beta blockers that are prescribed for high blood pressure, angina and to prevent repeat heart attacks. The drugs are supposed to help relieve stress on...

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