Decongestant safety unclear in kids

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An Australian researcher has urged health professionals not to give decongestants to children under the age of 12 Not only do these treatments fail to alleviate cold symptoms but their safety is unclear, says University of Queensland Primary Care Clinical Unit Head Professor Mieke van Driel. A new study conducted by Dr van Driel, pharmacist

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