News in brief: Snake found in inhaler; PPI use increases kids’ pneumonia risk; RACP wish list includes telehealth

  Snake found in SABA inhaler A Queensland teenager is reported to have found a baby snake hiding inside her reliever inhaler. The hatchling managed to squeeze inside the blue plastic sleeve of the salbutamol inhaler after being brought into the Bli Bli house concealed in a pile of laundry. The tiny Red Bellied Black ...

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