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Using Antibiotics on Preterm Infants Increases Antibiotic Resistance

No one should really be shocked by this, although the extent of the increase in antibiotic resistance is troubling. New research looks at the development of the microbiomes in preterm infants -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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