The FDA is backing infant dose information for kids' Tylenol.
An FDA panel voted to add doses for children six months to two years old to over-the-counter Acetaminophen.
The FDA says says doses of over-the-counter medicines such as children's Tylenol should be based on weight, not age.
They also want to limit cup measurements to milliters.
Many cups contain both teaspoon and milliliter instructions which can be confusing to parents.
Doctors are concerned that current dosing information is unclear and can lead to kids taking too much or too little medicine.
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