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Aspirin alert;Child file;Briefing;Week in education

MEDICAL staff are warning parents not to give teenagers aspirin because of the risk of developing Reyes Syndrome, which causes swelling of the brain and liver. The findings from The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health has alerted the Government's Medicines Control Agency.

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