Study: Antibiotics don't prevent recurrent UTIs in small children

07/10/2007 | Forbes

Antibiotics given to small children to prevent recurrent urinary tract infections may be more harmful than helpful, according to a study published today. Researchers said their work found antibiotics serve more to increase the child's drug resistance while doing nothing to protect the youngster from future infections.

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