A simple new technique might help patients who get nosebleeds from nasal steroids

A simple new technique might help patients who get nosebleeds from nasal steroids.

Just changing HOW patients use the spray might help.

Patients typically use their right hand to spray their right nostril...and their left hand for their left nostril.

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