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A recent study completed by researchers at Michigan State University (MSU) suggests that Flair nasal strips decrease the amount of work required for respiratory muscles in equine athletes during intense exercise, and might reduce the amount of energy required for breathing in these horses.

A Flair nasal strip is a disposable, adhesive device that is placed above the horse’s nostrils,

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