Parents Beware Of Pills From Hell! You Give Them To Your Children, But You Should Be Throwing Them Away!

British pediatricians warm that excessive doses of oral suspension that contain the active ingredient paracetamol, which parents give to their children to reduce mild fever, can result in health problems in later life of the child.

A pediatrician and professor of general pediatrics at University College London, Alastair Sutcliffe argues that parents often give their children paracetamol suspension to reduce slightly increased body temperature, exposing the child to a risk to develop asthma, heart and kidney disease, and damaging of the liver, later in life.

“Parents tend to give their children paracetamol to reduce only a slightly increased temperature and they are treating this like a disease, which is totally wrong. According to the results of many studies, frequent suspension of paracetamol in children is associated with the development of asthma and liver damage, renal impairment and the development of heart disease in their later life.”- says Dr. Alastair.

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