Children Being Prescribed ‘Off-Label’ Medications More Often?

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Could your child be taking an off-label medication that is not approved by the FDA for their condition? Pediatrician Dr. Dafna Ahdoot shares that in her practice a lot of the medications that are used are antihistamines that are normally used for allergies would be used for kids under age 2 if they have an upper respiratory-tract infection or for patients with asthma. Is your child taking an “off-label” medication that might be harmful to them?

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