inhaled steroids for treating persistent asthma in CHILDREN

The latest NIH asthma guidelines now emphasize using inhaled steroids for treating persistent asthma in CHILDREN.

Inhaled steroids are still under-used in kids due to lingering safety concerns.

But now experts know that inhaled steroids have NO significant effect on final height or bone density. Reassure parents that they are safe for kids.

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