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Fewer antibiotics, less dysbiosis, less childhood asthma

The decline in childhood asthma observed in recent years is thought to be an unexpected positive effect of the decrease in antibiotic prescription among infants. One possible explanation is a reduction of gut dysbiosis.   Childhood asthma affects 8% of young Americans and Canadians. Its p...
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What if manipulating the microbiota could improve the response to immunotherapy?

Gut microbiota may modulate responses to immunotherapy. Although it is too early to propose a scientifically validated cocktail of probiotics, the use of antibiotics during therapy should be better justified.   More effective and less toxic than chemotherapy, CAR-T cell immunotherapy is t...
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Role of antibiotics and microbiota in parkinson's disease

A study has brought to light a positive correlation between exposure to certain oral antibiotics (particularly broad-spectrum antibiotics with anti-anaerobic effects) and the risk of developing Parkinson's disease. This correlation was also found for antifungal medications.   The aim of t...
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Antibiotic-associated diarrhea

Antibiotics, by disturbing the intestinal microbiota, can cause more-or-less severe diarrhea.
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