Antibiotics make children more prone to suffering 'obesity and asthma'
Giving antibiotics to young children makes them prone to asthma and obesity, a new study found. Macrolides, a common class of antibiotics that include azithromycin and clarithromycin, are widely used as an alternative antibiotic for those allergic to …
Early antibiotic use 'may predispose children to weight gain and asthma'
Some antibiotics may alter children's gut microbiome for up to two years, links to asthma and obesity
Antibiotic use in early life disrupt normal gut microbiota development
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