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Antibiotics in pregnancy tied to asthma in children: study (Yahoo)

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Default Antibiotics in pregnancy tied to asthma in children: study (Yahoo)

(Reuters) - Children whose mothers took antibiotics while they were pregnant were slightly more likely than other children to develop asthma, according to a Danish study. The results don't prove that antibiotics caused the higher asthma risk, but they support a current theory that the body's own "friendly" bacteria have a role in whether a child develops asthma, and antibiotics can disrupt those beneficial bugs. ...

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