Flower power

May 22, 1998

STUDENTS in the grip of exams are to take part in a trial testing whether their anxiety can be eased by a remedy made of flowers. Researchers in the University of Exeter's complementary medicine department are looking for about 200 students to take a five-flower remedy for a week before a stressful exam and record anxiety scores before and after. Part of the group will be given a placebo.

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