Acetaminophen is one of the most commonly used pain and fever relievers for infants and children and is safe and effective when used as directed. Now, dosing has been made even easier for parents and safer for children as the new PediaCare® and Little Remedies® single-concentration acetaminophen products hit store shelves. Right now, I have a chart in the closet with different concentrations (baby, toddler, child, etc) and the proper dosing for the kiddos. Thank goodness PediaCare has changed that!
I like that the syringe fits into the lid, so it’s easy to get all of the medicine out of it! No waste, easy to use and dose!
In this new video Dr. Jim Sears, pediatrician and co-host of The Doctors, explains the new, smart changes to infant’s and children’s acetaminophen products along with a demonstration of the new special dosing mechanisms. Dr. Sears even provides a few tips for helping the “acetaminophen to go down.” Something all parents can use!
SeaBand makes both wristbands and anti-nausea ginger gum to help with all types of nausea.
I wish these SeaBands would have come a little earlier. They help with nausea including from motion sickness, morning sickness ornausea relief from a migraine, even chemotherapy treatment or post-surgery; it’s time for you to join the “band wagon” for drug-free nausea relief from Sea-Band! I’ve known many people that wear these during pregnancy and they offer them a ton of relief from their morning sickness.
The Sea-Band Anti-Nausea Ginger Gum, for fast nausea relief with fresh, uplifting flavor. Each piece of the great tasting gum contains 25 mg of ginger oil (equivalent to 8 grams of fresh ginger root). It’s sort of strange, but the gum is a little spicy, almost peppery. But, it really helped. There were a couple times I had a headache, and/or was slightly nauseous, ate two pieces of gum, and felt better within a couple minutes (no, they didn’t fix the headache, but they made my stomach feel better). Visit Sea-Bands on Facebook.
Want to win a pair of Sea-Band wristbands and a pack of the Sea-Band Anti-Nausea Ginger Gum and a bottle of PediaCare infants and children’s acetaminophen (US and Canada )? Enter below.