Are families sedating kids with antihistamines?

sedating antihistamines: two boys asleep in the back seat of a car
A fifth of NSW families are sedating their children during long car trips, according to media reports over the long weekend – but a leading pharmacist has queried this statistic. Fairfax news outlets ran a story outlining the results of a survey commissioned by insurer GIO which found 18% of NSW drivers gave their children

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