Children who take antibiotics throughout their childhood may have a significantly greater risk of weight gain in adolescence compared to those who take no antibiotics, particularly with a specific antibiotic class of drugs.
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A new technology could allow a single test to determine an individual’s past and present viral infections.
An in vitro rapid blood assay has been shown to differentiate between bacterial and viral infections with significant sensitivity and specificity, outperforming routine biomarker and laboratory tests.
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