A study in Diabetes Care showed that children whose mothers took antibiotics during pregnancy were not at an increased risk of developing type 1 diabetes. Danish researchers followed more than 92,000 children for an average of 14 years and also found no association between diabetes risk and the trimester of pregnancy or type of antibiotics used.
Maternal antibiotics use does not raise diabetes risk in children
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