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When should I worry?

An explanatory booklet for parents explaining coughs, colds, earache and sore throats in children.

Developed by the Department of General Practice at Cardiff University, the When should I worry? booklet has been found by one study to halve antibiotic prescribing for childhoodd respiratory tract infections.

Download the full booklet here.

When should I worry?

When should I worry?

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