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Some Children’s Deaths Linked To OTC Cold Drugs Caused By Child Abuse

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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A quarter of pediatric deaths related to OTC cough/cold drugs since 1966 resulted from "overt child abuse" and attempts to sedate children, an Annals of Emergency Medicine study says

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