Antibiotics Linked to Asthma, Allergies

A study on mice found that antibiotics caused changes in microbes in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract that can affect how the immune system responds to common allergens in the lungs, paving the way for allergies and asthma. According to one of the researchers, "Antibiotics knock out bacteria in the gut, allowing fungi to take over temporarily until the bacteria grow back after the antibiotics are stopped. Our research indicates that altering intestinal microflora this way can lead to changes...

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