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What causes acute bronchitis?

Ask the doctor Q. Iíve had several bouts of acute bronchitis in the past year. What causes it, and is it contagious? A. Acute bronchitis is an inflammation of the breathing tubes in the lungs. It comes on suddenly and lasts for at least five days, often longer. …

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