whether oral corticosteroids are beneficial for wheezing in PRESCHOOLERS

There's debate about whether oral corticosteroids are beneficial for wheezing in PRESCHOOLERS.

Oral steroids improve asthma exacerbations in school-age kids and adults. So it seems logical they would also benefit younger kids.

But maybe not. New evidence suggests that oral steroids often DON'T help preschoolers with intermittent wheezing due to viral infections.

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