Sore throat and sinusitis, and the few benefits of antibiotics

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A new analysis of the evidence suggests antibiotics have very few benefits for treating sore throat and acute sinusitis.Both conditions are common reasons for visits to GPs.Chris Del Mar, Professor of Public Health at Bond University, writes in the latest issue of Australian Prescriber that because of the spectre of antibiotic resistance—which is approaching a

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