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American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology: "Pollen Allergy."
Family Physicians Inquiries Network: "A spoonful of honey helps a coughing child sleep."
Mayo Clinic: "How can I protect my baby from infant botulism?"
National Honey Board: "Learn about Honey."
NIH: "Traditional and Modern Uses of Natural Honey in Human Diseases: A Review," "Medicinal and cosmetic uses of Bee’s Honey -- A review," "Honey -- A Novel Antidiabetic Agent," "Seasonal Allergies at a Glance," "Efficacy and safety of grass sublingual immunotherapy tablet, MK-7243: a large randomized controlled trial," "Infant botulism following honey ingestion."
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