Miralax is NOT approved for children, and the FDA has said that it should not be used in adults for more than 7 days. Parents have reported tremors, tics and obsessive compulsive disorder after giving children Miralax, so the FDA is taking another look at its safety. This recipe for "constipation candy" is a kid-approved way to support normal bowel function.
Media nowadays teaches parents that they can help their child by giving aspirin or other fever-reducing medicines in order to “break” a fever. For a mild fever, this can do more harm than good; it suppresses the production of antibodies, which makes the body more hospitable to invaders. But, if your little one’s fever is just too high, consider… egg whites. http://gnowfglins.com/2014/01/21/treating-high-fevers-with-egg-whites/