A new way of reducing the risk of developing coughs may be the best thing we can do for people who don’t get it.
Researchers at the University of Illinois have developed a new nasal spray that is designed to help people with chronic coughs stay on the right side of the law.
If it works, it could change the way the U.S. health care system works and help prevent a pandemic.
The study, published online today in the journal Nature, used nasal spray caps to help treat coughs in patients who didn’t get a proper diagnosis of the illness.
Researchers said the caps, which were created using 3-D printing, are more effective than any current drug or nasal spray.
They also compared the caps to existing treatments.
They found the caps did more than reduce the coughs’ severity.
They found the nasal spray had a lower chance of exacerbating coughs, while the caps didn’t have any adverse effects, including worsening symptoms, the researchers said.
The findings suggest that the new nasal products are less effective than previous options, the scientists said.
It also makes the caps less likely to worsen coughs than a traditional solution, which typically makes people more likely to suffer a new flare-up.
A more efficient approach to tackling coughs could be a big win for consumers who have long struggled to find effective ways to treat their chronic cough, including a lack of medication and poor access to affordable medicines.