Early Exposure to Antibiotics Linked To Potential Obesity

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A study from the International Journal of Obesity has found that ingestion of antibiotics in the first 6 months of life is associated with

consistent increases in body mass from 10 to 38 months.

It is unclear whether this increase is linked to cardiovascular problems later in life but it is definitely something worth investigating.

Children all around the world are given antibiotics from the onset of life.  It may be time to rethink this practice.

 

Look below for more information regarding the dangers and causes of obesity.

Sources:

International Journal of Obesity: Infant Antibiotic Exposures and Early-Life Body Mass

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