No Surprise Cough Medicines Found Not Effective

It's not surprising that two active ingredients found in many over-the-counter cough medicines--dextromethorphan and diphenhydramin--are no better than a placebo for nighttime cough and sleep quality in children with upper respiratory tract infections, according to a new study. Not only was there no significant improvement for the children who took cough medicines with the active ingredients, but in the cough frequency category, those who received placebo reported a higher improvement...

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