Your mom always says: If you have a cold, take vitamin C.
This will help shorten the length of your cold and you'll feel better sooner.
Scenario: You found three (3) articles that talk about taking vitamin C when you have a cold. One came across your social media feed, one was sent to you from a classmate, and one was found through a Google search. You click into the articles and read what the experts and health officials are saying about the link between vitamin C and the common cold.
As a Group:
Article #1: "Does vitamin C help with the common cold?" from McMaster University's Blog
Optimal Aging Portal Blog Team. (2014, Sept 21). Does vitamin C help with the common cold? McMaster Optimal Aging Portal. https://www.mcmasteroptimalaging.org/blog/detail/blog/2014/09/21/does-vitamin-c-help-with-the-common-cold
Article #2: "Vitamin C as a Supplementary Therapy in Relieving Symptoms of the Common Cold: A Meta-Anyalysis of 10 randomized Controlled Trials" from BioMed Research International
Ran, L., Zhao, W., Wang, H., Zhao, Y., & Bu, H. (2020). Vitamin C as a Supplementary Therapy in Relieving Symptoms of the Common Cold: A Meta-Analysis of 10 Randomized Controlled Trials. BioMed Research International, 1–9. https://ezproxy.dwu.edu/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=ccm&AN=146379930&site=ehost-live
Article #3: "Vitamin C for Colds - Does It Actually Work?" from Healthline
Gunnars, K. (2018, Apr 24). Vitamin C for Colds - Does It Actually Work? Healthline. https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/does-vitamin-c-help-with-colds
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