The Telegraph reports that Tamiflu is linked to high incidence of adverse side-effects among children. These side-effects include stomach pains, vomiting and diarrhoea, also poor concentration, confusion, and sleeping problems.
People should always be aware that most pharmaceutical drugs have side-effects, and that children are particularly at risk, partly because if there isn't a child version/dose available they are often given the same dose as adults.
Since because of the laxity of the telephone 'ordering' system for Tamiflu, most of the doses of Tamiflu that are being given out are being taken by people who do not have swine flu, it should be clear that the Tamiflu is doing far more harm than good, and at vast expense to British taxpayers.
You can boost your and your children's natural immunity to infection safely by minimising intake of salt and salty food, avoiding salty junk food, processed food and takeaways, and avoiding dieting and calorie-counting.