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Milk and congestion connection
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It's funny that they would have you combine milk and a soft drink like 7up to help reduce acid reflux. I say this because to me, soda pop has all sorts of acids and unnatural chemicals.

As for research--Exactly which industry is benefitting from the quoted Australian research? (Rhetorical/sarcastic question).
Not your ordinary Moe Schmoe
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(06-05-2012, 09:04 PM)zonk Wrote: According to Australian study by university of Adelaide did not show a significant relationship between mucus production and milk consumption
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2154152

My 43 years experience as a practicing pediatrician would agree with this study, in spite of all the old wives tales out there that would be contrary. It's been hard fighting with these old wives all these years.
I am glad there is a now study that will help support me. Thanks, Zonk.
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