acetaminophen 

FDA Votes to Provide Acetaminophen Dosage for Infants on Labels

The FDA recommends dosing information be included on acetaminophen packages for children. Credit: Getty Images
Odds are if you worry you're giving your baby too much medicine, it's probably for good reason.
A panel of U.S. Food and ...
Currently, labels instruct parents of kids younger than 2 to "ask a doctor."

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The number of people (especially children) afflicted with asthma continues to skyrocket, so it's a bit unusual to have the researchers who may have uncovered a clue in asthma/allergy puzzle less than jubilant about their findings. The reason behind t...

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