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Asda Junior Paracetamol Sachets

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      01.07.2001 06:10
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      Is there any point tonight in honestly trying to write any sort of half decent opinion as there are 2 idiots currently hellbent on proving absolutley nothing except the fact that they have no life? Are they doing anything of any benefit to themselves? I think not! Just a shame that thier parents dont check up on them every half hour after they have been put up to bed like mine did when I was only 10 years old. Never mind, we will live to see another day full of thier idotic behaviour, wasting thier time as well as everybody elses! Keep Smiling :0) Martin AND PLEASE FEEL FREE TO RATE THIS UNHELPFUL, I HONESTLY DONT CARE!!

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        29.07.2000 05:33
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        How many of you reading this has come across this familiar situation, you are out at the weekend miles from nowhere or you are out and all the shops are shut and your child then starts complaining he/she has a headache or a tooth is aching or they suddenly spike a temperature what do you do as the trusted bottle of calpol is a home. Well asda now sell junior paracetamol in handy 5ml sachets, they come in a box of 10 and are dead handy for that sudden crisis, each strawberry flavoured sachet contains 5mls of junior paracetamol suspension (120mg of paracetamol) and is suitable from ages 3 months to 12 years. Babies from 3 months to 1 year can have 2.5-5mls 4 times a day. Children 1-6 years can have 5-10mls 4 times a day and Children 6-12 years can have 10-20mls 4 times a day. So with the added advantage of not needing a spoon to take this invaluable medicine it makes it a must for the car glove box, handbag, the holiday suitcase etc.

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