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Saline washes for allergic rhinitis: sponsored

Common allergy rhinitis (hay fever) treatments and their effectiveness have been highlighted in recent news with US guidelines recommending corticosteroid nasal sprays as first line treatment for those with moderate to severe hayfever symptoms1. However, many consumers seek relief from over-the-counter antihistamine tablets from pharmacies as a quick fix solution. The...

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