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Many parents use melatonin gummies to help children sleep. So how do they work and what are the risks?

By Sarah Blunden, Professor and Head of Paediatric Sleep Research, CQUniversity Australia
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But the Therapeutic Goods Association does not recommend melatonin for children who do not have autism spectrum disorder or Smith Magenis Syndrome.The Conversation

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