Women ages 20-59 who used antibiotics for two weeks or longer were more likely to have precancerous colon polyps in their 60s than women who did not use antibiotics for an extended period of time in their younger years, suggests a new study published in the medical journal Gut. The study involved 16,600 women 60 years of age and older who took part in the Nurses Health Study in which they provided a history of antibiotic use between the ages of 20 and 59. They had also had at least one colonoscopy between 2004 and 2010. During that time, nearly ... Read More
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