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People dropped whisky into their noses to treat Spanish flu. Here's what else they took that would raise eyebrows today

By Philippa Martyr, Lecturer, Pharmacology, Women's Health, School of Biomedical Sciences, The University of Western Australia
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Doctors, nurses, pharmacists and others all had their own cures for the Spanish flu. But some of these may have made things worse.

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