Paracetamol can cause allergies in children

There is an important range of medicines that are sold freely because of their low risk index for users, however, it has been proven that some of these can cause damage in the medium and long term.

A clear example of this is the Paracetamol , according to a publication of the Clinical and Experimental Alllergy, this analgesic administered in babies It tends to be related to the development of allergy and asthma when they grow. The results are based on a New Zealand study on asthma Y allergy who researched the use of this product in 505 babies and 914 children aged 5 to 6 years old from the city of Christchurch.

Julian Crane, professor at the University of Otago, Wellington (New Zealand) and author of the report, says: "There is a lot of evidence that something is happening with this, Pro is not completely clear what the problem is."

Despite this, the benefits of this drug are, currently, higher to the damages that they can cause. Future research will shed more light on this subject.


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