Ah, espera, isto está a ficar melhor:
"Should parents drug their babies on long flights?" (excertos desta notícia)
"Parents who medicate their babies and toddlers with allergy or cough medicine on long flights say it helps the children sleep in increasingly cramped planes and helps combat jetlag. It is a polarising topic on parenting blogs, with debates often turning nasty."
" "When using Benadryl to sedate, you are using it for its side effects rather than its therapeutic effect. It can be dangerous - especially in children under two. Kids have died from this." "
" "The last place you want something to go wrong is up in the air," Frattarelli says."
"But parents who have successfully used allergy medicine to help children sleep swear by it, albeit in hushed tones."
" "Our four-year-old was under the weather anyway, so we gave him some Benadryl to help him sleep through a couple flights," he says. "But instead of sleeping, he turned into the groggy, zombie toddler - somewhere between asleep and awake and completely miserable." "
" "They trust their parents unconditionally, and will do pretty much whatever we tell them is right or wrong. Well, taking any drugs without need is wrong." "
Acho mesmo que isto dos aviões anda a meter o pessoal maluco.