mini scientific literature review on Asthma: corticosteroids use in children and side effects

Remember, in a scientific review, focus your analysis on author’s hypothesis (thesis), scientific method used in the research, and the results

of the study presented. In a scientific literature review, the reviewer (you) identifies what he/she perceives as the strengths and weaknesses

of the study, and analyzes the author’s findings and conclusions.

Select two relevant and appropriate scholarly articles that address the topic you chose.
Present a thorough literature review of both articles by summarizing, synthesizing, and evaluating the materials.
Demonstrate understanding of the content presented in the articles.
Include a critical assessment of the sources. Do not simply include a summary of what you have read.
Incorporate citations into your body paragraphs; incorporate the essential and most relevant supporting evidence eloquently and appropriately.
Present your writing in a clear, organized manner.
Provide a strong introduction and conclusion, including further questions for research.
Please include an abstract.