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Research examines gingerís effect on nausea

A hospital study under way at the Forsyth Medical Center in Winston-Salem is studying the effectiveness of ginger in alleviating nausea. The hospital study is using chemotherapy patients suffering from associated nausea but ginger is also believed to be effective against motion sickness and morning sickness.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by KSAT, San Antonio, Texas

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About: Research examines gingerís effect on nausea

Date: 6 October 2005

Source: KSAT, San Antonio, Texas


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