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Do Not Use Decongestants for Colds in Children Younger Than Age 6

12:55 EDT 12 Oct 2018 | Medscape

A new review finds no evidence that decongestants provide any benefit to young children and may cause harm.
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Original Article: Do Not Use Decongestants for Colds in Children Younger Than Age 6

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