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Don t give decongestants to children for colds, experts say

(Reuters Health) - For children under age 12, decongestants might ease the common cold symptoms of a blocked or running nose, but these medications may not be safe for this age group, according to a research review. For adults, there s little evidence that decongestants help with congestion, one ...

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