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Medicines for Children |

Our Vision

That any parent, wherever they are, has information on their child’s medicines that they need and can trust.

Medicines information leaflets cover many of the medicines that are prescribed or recommended to children by health professionals. They answer your questions about how and when to give the medicine, what to do if you forget to give the medicine or give it twice, and any possible side-effects.

Read the leaflets or watch short films about giving different medicines forms, including tablets, capsules, liquid medicine, injections, suppositories and enemas, eye drops/ointment and ear drops.

Medicines for Children is a partnership programme by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH), Neonatal and Paediatric Pharmacists (NPPG) and WellChild. Find out more about what we do.

Information Standard – leaflets published after March 2011 carry this kitemark to show we produce reliable information

Medicines for Children features instructional films to

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Medicines from the Sea | Ocean Today

Transcript

NARRATOR:

When you’ve got a bacterial infection like pink eye or strep throat, your doctor will usually write a prescription for antibiotics to make you feel better. But have you ever wondered where these medicines come from?

Most drugs come from flowers and plants on land, but finding new sources is difficult. And some bacteria have become resistant to a few of these drugs – so much in fact that these drugs don’t work any more. The ocean – with its amazing biodiversity – offers many more organisms for scientists to discover and develop new medicines.

NOAA scientists have been collecting and studying sponges, corals, and other marine organisms. They and their partners discovered a chemical that breaks down the shield that bacteria use to protect themselves from antibiotics. Used as a helper drug, antibiotics that are no longer effective would once again be able to fight off these

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Welcome to the Natural Medicines Research Collaboration

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The Amy and Joseph Perella Professor of Medicine Yale School of Medicine Former Director, National Cancer Institute

The authors have conducted a systematic and careful review of the scientific literature, and provide clear summaries of what

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