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Antibiotic treatment in early life has long-term consequences

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Antibiotic exposure during delivery and the first days of life is common but little is known about its long-term health impact. During this presentation, Professor Samuli Rautava elaborates that neonatal antibiotic exposure results in altered gut colonization. Impaired growth during the first 6 years of life has been observed in boys treated with antibiotics in the first days of life. Experimental studies suggest a causal link between the antibiotic-induced gut microbiota disturbances and growth retardation


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Samuli Rautava
Early Life Nutrition


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