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Prescription antibiotics almost always completely useless for UTIs in older women, study finds

  • Tue, 20 Jun 2017 04:30
(Natural News) A recently published research paper revealed that prescription antibiotics may not be as effective as previously thought, and may even cause more harm than good in older patients with urinary tract infection. Research author Dr. Thomas E. Finucane of the Johns Hopkins Geriatrics Center at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore noted that antibiotic treatment may often be...


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