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"We have parents asking us about this all the time.

We would say go and speak to your doctor about this and definitely never use it for babies."One Christchurch-based pharmacist said she often had parents asking her about using the pharmacist-only medicine as a way to help their baby sleep better.

"Nothing could be further from the truth." But the dangers of anesthesia aren’t limited to the field of dentistry alone.

A 2011 paper published by the German Medical Association found that deaths related to anesthesia are on the rise, with one in 20 dying within a year of being treated with general anesthesia worldwide, TIME reports.

This research was completed on Published on 29 October 2010 Almost a million of the world’s under fives die each year and many others develop devastating, lifelong disabilities – including cerebral palsy and epilepsy – because of a problem called birth asphyxia, which can cause brain damage.

Cooling a baby’s temperature down for three days after birth can give him, or her, a better chance of surviving and escaping disability, but this doesn’t help all babies.

More than half of the cases involved at least one sedating drug; 17 of the 18 deaths included sedatives.

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Their health and their life are put at risk if the lack of oxygen damages their brain or other vital organs.The circumstances around the 18 deaths were not clear, Yin said.He did not have access to case notes and legal findings.READ MORE: * Why does teething have to be so painful?* Your one-year-old baby is more creative than you think * Indian teen mum gives birth to heaviest baby girl in history * 18 tips for surviving the first few weeks with a newborn * The bedtime bottle: Will it really make your baby sleep?The research, published in the Journal of Pediatrics, found an average 160 annual cases in which pharmaceutical drugs were maliciously used on children.