In a new register study in the scientific journal BMJ, researchers at Karolinska Institutet (Stockholm, Sweden) are able to dismiss previous claims that there is a link between the increased use of antibiotics in society and a coinciding rise in childhood asthma.
The study includes half a million children and shows that exposure to antibiotics during pregnancy or early in life does not appear to increase the risk of asthma.
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