Many parents don't give children the right dose of OTC medicines

08/29/2010 | Google

An Australian study found many adults were putting children at risk by giving them too large or frequent doses of over-the-counter drugs for fever, coughs and colds. Researchers said 44% of participants would have given an incorrect dose and only 64% correctly measured the dose they wanted to give.

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