Typical childhood vaccinations: Antibiotics can affect the effectiveness of vaccinations in children

Antibiotics are effective therapeutics for many diseases. Their job is to fight bacteria that cause disease. But they rarely act selectively and attack the intestines and the beneficial bacteria that live there. In addition, resistance can develop if these drugs are prescribed too frequently.

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