Antibiotics, drugs & Asthma
Antibiotics  Asthma

See: Asthma & vaccines

Antibiotics can cause asthma by Lisa Landymore-Lim

[2016 Sept] Asthma medication linked to serious psychotic episodes in children

[2013] How popping aspirin can give you asthma for life - and why life-threatening allergies to antibiotics and general anaesthetics are on the rise

[2012] Motherís antibiotics can give baby asthma

[2010 Nov] Giving babies Calpol or other forms of paracetamol 'doubles the risk of them developing asthma and allergies'

Tylenol Once a Month Raises a Childís Asthma Risk 540 Percent  children who had even a single dose of Tylenol before their first birthday had a 60% risk of developing asthma.

[2008] Calpol generation may be vulnerable to asthma and hay fever, study says

[June 2006] Common asthma inhalers cause up to 80 percent of asthma-related deaths

2006] Early Antibiotics May Raise Asthma Risk; Studies Suggest Risk Is Double for Treated Babies Babies treated with even one course of antibiotics during their first year of life may have twice the risk of developing asthma later in childhood as unexposed babies, an analysis of past research shows.

[March 2006] Early Antibiotics May Raise Asthma Risk; Studies Suggest Risk Is Double for Treated Babies

[media Oct 2002] Pregnant women get paracetamol warning

[Media2002] Disease link to antibiotics in pregnancy

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Poisonous Prescriptions - Antibiotics Can Cause Asthma  by Dr. Lisa Landymore-Lim


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