Health: Why antibiotics can be bad for vaccination protection

Berlin. Can taking antibiotics in small children lead to reduced vaccination protection? A study provides new results. In small children, taking antibiotics can lead to reduced immunization protection. This is suggested by a US study now published in the journal “pediatrics” has been published. For your investigation the researchers evaluated data from 560 children between

Health: Why antibiotics can be bad for vaccination protection

Berlin. Can taking antibiotics in small children lead to reduced vaccination protection? A study provides new results. In small children, taking antibiotics can lead to reduced immunization protection. This is suggested by a US study now published in the journal “pediatrics” has been published. For your investigation the researchers evaluated data from 560 children between

Health: Why antibiotics can be bad for vaccination protection

Berlin. Can taking antibiotics in small children lead to reduced vaccination protection? A study provides new results. In small children, taking antibiotics can lead to reduced immunization protection. This is suggested by a US study now published in the journal “pediatrics” has been published. For your investigation the researchers evaluated data from 560 children between

Health: Why antibiotics can be bad for vaccination protection

Berlin. Can taking antibiotics in small children lead to reduced vaccination protection? A study provides new results. In small children, taking antibiotics can lead to reduced immunization protection. This is suggested by a US study now published in the journal “pediatrics” has been published. For your investigation the researchers evaluated data from 560 children between

Health: Why antibiotics can be bad for vaccination protection

Berlin. Can taking antibiotics in small children lead to reduced vaccination protection? A study provides new results. In small children, taking antibiotics can lead to reduced immunization protection. This is suggested by a US study now published in the journal “pediatrics” has been published. For your investigation the researchers evaluated data from 560 children between