London: Babies who are given Calpol and other forms of paracetamol are more likely to develop asthma before going to school, researchers warn. According to academics from the University of Copenhagen, the more often paracetamol is given in the first year of life, the more likely they are to develop the breathing problems. The study adds to evidence of a potential link between giving paracetamol to young children and developing asthma, however, the researchers say it does not prove cause and effect, the Telegraph reported. Senior researcher, Professor Hans Bisgaard, said parents should only use paracetamol when necessary, such as when a child had a high temperature.
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