Although children who were given fever-reducing antipyretic medications returned to normal body temperature four hours earlier, on average, than those without such drugs, the recovery time for both groups was the same, a review in the Journal of Pediatrics showed. The AAP recommends decreasing the use of such medications for children.
Antipyretics don't slow recovery process in children
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