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Young's rule is a method to convert adult dosage of medicine for children.
Let N= child's age,
D is the adult dosage of a medicine,
C is the corresponding children's dosage of the medicine
As an example, if the adult dosage is 100mg and the child is 8 years old, then
The 10 year old child's dose would be approximately 45 mg.
Remember always check the label for appropriate dosage and age limits with any medicines.