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FDA: NO COUGH SYRUP FOR YOUNG KIDS AND BABIES

The Food and Drug Administration issued a public advisory warning parents and caregivers against giving children under the age of 6 over-the-counter cold medicine and cough syrup because of the possibility of “serious and potentially life-threatening” side effects. The advisory cited decongestants, expectorants, antihistamines and antitussives, or cough suppressants. A professor at the University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy talks about the warning and the risks.

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