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Steroids do not reduce lower respiratory symptoms in non-asthmatic adults, study finds

06:49 EDT 23 Aug 2017 | British Medical Journal

Oral corticosteroids do not reduce the severity or duration of symptoms of acute lower respiratory tract infections in adults without asthma, a randomised study has reported,1 prompting the...

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