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Faced with a child with a bad cough or some congestive condition, how many mums have got a bowl of hot water and made their sickly offspring breathe in the steam? And how many accident and emergency units have then had to treat the child who has sustained serious scalds?
Readers of an earlier E-news broadcast will have read our coverage of some Practice Notes for consultants that revealed, all things considered, and weighing up the pros and cons, that doctors were, possibly, human