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OTC sinusitis treatment. (over the counter).

People who suffer from sinus infections-and the resulting headaches, runny noses, coughs, and congestion-will now find a helpful, low-cost product at every Walgreens store in the country.

A University of Wisconsin study completed in 2002 concluded that daily use of an OTC nasal-irrigation device offers sinusitis sufferers relief from symptoms. The study employed the easy-to-use SinuCleanse nasal irrigation kit.

At press time, Walgreens stores were expected to have the SinuCleanee kits available by the end of September.

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