Study shows that antibiotic use in children under 3 may result in asthma later in childhood.
Study shows that antibiotic use in children under 3 may result in asthma later in childhood. Many children develop asthma but until now there has been little clarity as to why. For years, children had been treated for ear infections with antibiotics and may have developed asthma because of it. A new study published in the journal of Pediatric Allergy and Immunology that there may be a link between the development of asthma later in life for children and early antibiotic use. Antibiotic overuse has been blamed for everything from obesity to antibiotic resistance, and other methods such as spinal Read More »