COMBINING an antihistamine and a leukotriene inhibitor for treating allergic rhinitis

There's a lot of interest in COMBINING an antihistamine and a leukotriene inhibitor for treating allergic rhinitis.

In fact, Schering and Merck are now working on a combo tablet that combines Claritin and Singulair. This combination seems to relieve allergy symptoms better than Claritin alone.

Both histamine and leukotrienes regulate inflammation that contributes to allergic rhinitis and bronchoconstriction.

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