Here is a video from Dr. Jim Sears, pediatrician and co-host of The Doctors. He explains the new, smart changes to infant's and children's acetaminophen products along with a demonstration of the new special dosing mechanisms.
This has always been a concern for my as both my boys have always been above average on both height and weight for their age. Meaning they may be in the age range for a certain dose but in another measurement for weight. It goes the other way too that if your child is under weight for their age you need to know the facts on the appropriate amount to give them.
I love that Little Remedies believe "less is more" and strive to make sure that each of their products contains just what is needed for fast, safe & effective relief — nothing more. This is why we have been purchasing their products for years. Another thing that helps everyone is that my boys don't mind the taste either, and while not as important as getting them well it sure does help getting it down!
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