Codeine canned for Kiwi kids

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New Zealand’s health professionals have been advised not to give codeine at all to children aged under 12, or to breastfeeding mothers New Zealand regulator Medsafe, and the Medicines Adverse Reactions Committee, reviewed the safety of codeine and found that the risk of harm stemming from its use is “unacceptable” in children. As a result,

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