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More than a quarter of pharmacists (27.6%) say that they have never spoken to a parent or carer about childhood headache, despite the condition occurring in around 60% of children and adolescents

Speaking during a RB event about childhood headache, Ishaq Abu-Arafeh from the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Glasgow said the maximum dose of ibuprofen or paracetamol should be given to as soon as possible

Source  Courtesy of RB