Not only antibiotics: Approximately one out of every four drug destroys our intestinal flora

New adverse side-effect is discovered in one of every four drug Antibiotics are known to be a bacteria killer, the combat is both useful as well as harmful bacteria dimensions. A recent study revealed that, in addition, more than one out of every four drug naturally in the human gut bacteria influenced. This hitherto unknown side effect could have long-term […]

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Approximately one out of every four drug destroys our intestinal flora

New adverse side-effect is discovered in one of every four drug Antibiotics are known to be a bacteria killer, the combat is both useful as well as harmful bacteria dimensions. A recent study revealed that, in addition, more than one out of every four drug naturally in the human gut bacteria influenced. This hitherto unknown side effect could have long-term […]

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Professional athletes in danger to life due to swallowed toothpick

Any symptoms that make doctors baffled at first A professional athlete suffers after a meal, Nausea, diarrhea, and fever. The complaints will eventually be so strong that there is danger to life. At the end of a physician to discover the surprising source of his health problems. This is a simple toothpick. The Physicians of the Massachusetts General Hospital studied […]

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New test aids decision between intravenous and oral antibiotics for childhood infection

A simple new test developed at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and University of Melbourne will help clinicians decide whether to use oral or intravenous antibiotics to treat childhood infections. Developed and validated in children attending The Royal Children’s Hospital with a common skin infection, the Melbourne ASSET Risk Score is the first clinical risk score to help clinicians decide […]

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Global review reports on administration of children’s antibiotics

Researchers analyzing the sales of oral antibiotics for children in 70 high- and middle-income countries found that consumption varies widely from country to country with little correlation between countries’ wealth and the types of antibiotics. Of concern is the relatively low-level use of amoxicillin, an antibiotic to treat the most common childhood infections. In addition, the review found the sale […]

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Clostridial diarrhea due to antibiotics

Antibiotics köcan infection with the gefäannual intestinal bacterium begüother. The consequences are sometimes life-threatening. But there will always be more treatment options available to Verfüaside Taking an antibiotic can f&uuml to a clostridia infection;hren. The consequences are bloody Durchfälle and fever A therapy that is supposed to heal and save lives, does exactly the opposite: This can sometimes happen if […]

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The latest methods of treatment of rosacea

Rosacea(acne rosacea) has many varieties and stages. And unfortunately, today medicine can only deal with the symptoms, but not curing it. What is effective therapy for rosacea? General treatment rosacea All medications that are assigned to patients currently in the treatment of rosacea, can only eliminate the symptoms but not get rid of it completely. Associated diseases: DemodexAcneAcneRosacea Rosacea should […]

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The truth about salmon: How healthy is the favorite fish of the German

Salmon fishing is the number one dining. Not only was it delicious, but should prevent heart attack and stroke. However, the cold water fish may also contain pollutants and antibiotics. We can discuss with the experts all the important questions. Around three kilograms of salmon to eat every German per year, on average. Because salmon not only tastes tender and […]

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Antibiotics cause obesity in young children

Treatment of children younger than two years of antibiotics increases the risk of subsequent development of obesity. The longer the kids are taking these medications, the higher the risk of excess weight. Receiving antibiotics kids subsequently significantly more likely to experience obesity, as shown by a large-scale study involving more than 300 thousand children. It was found that if children […]

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