Little role for sedating antihistamines: Experts

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Newer, less sedating forms can be safely taken long term with no loss of efficacy, according to latest evidence In a new article for Australian Prescriber, immunology experts have concluded there is now "little role for sedating antihistamines in allergic conditions”. While early ‘first generation’ antihistamines such as promethazine cause sedation, this is less of

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