Antibiotic treatments during infancy, changes in nasal microbiota, and asthma development: Population-based cohort study

  18 March 2020

Early exposures to antibiotics were associated with an increased risk of asthma, and the effect was mediated, in part, by longitudinal changes in the nasal airway microbiota.

Author(s): Laura Toivonen, MD, PhD, Linnea Schuez-Havupalo, MD, PhD, Sinikka Karppinen, MD, PhD, Matti Waris, PhD, Kristi L Hoffman, PhD, MPH, Carlos A Camargo, Jr, MD, DrPH, Kohei Hasegawa, MD, MPH, Ville Peltola, MD, PhD
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