Saline nasal rinses may raise risk of infection

11/10/2009 | Yahoo!

Researchers said saline solution rinses for sinus problems could make people even more likely to get infections in the long-term by stripping the nose of good mucus needed for immune health. The study suggested avoiding long-term use of saline irrigation and using only when an infection is present.

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