Is your child often ill?
For a quick and easy record use a paperclip to keep all of your child’s medication paper inserts together. On each one write the date, dosage, diagnosis and any unusual reactions your child has to the medication. File these when you collect too many. These papers will become a medical record that you’ll refer to time and time again.
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For a quick and easy record use a paperclip to keep all of your child’s medication paper inserts together. On each one write the date, dosage, diagnosis and any unusual reactions your child has to the medication. File these when you collect too many. These papers will become a medical record that you’ll refer to time and time again.

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