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 Why are cold medicines being recalled for children two and under?

Answer In January 2008 the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a public health advisory recommending that parents avoid giving over-the-counter (OTC) cough and cold medicines to children under two y... Read More »
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Allergic Reactions to Cold and Allergy Medicines?

Cold and allergy medicines treat symptoms of the common cold and seasonal allergies such as nasal irritation, irritated eyes and sneezing, according to the Mayo Clinic. They are especially popular ... Read More »
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Cold Medicines & High Blood pressure?

Cold medications that contain Pseudoephedrine or Phenylephrine can increase blood pressure. There are cold medications that do not contain these, such as Coricidin HBP.
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What types of medicines and vaccinations are available in poor countries for children?

That's a very general question with several answers, I would personally pick one infectious disease (such as tuberculosis (A.K.A. "TB"), a bacterial infection) and research that. There plenty of t... Read More »
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Why are alternative medicines more preferred than primary medicines?

They work,without dangerous side effects.
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