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Paper Chase #2 | Acid blockers - Antibiotics and Allergies

Roy Benaroch, MD and Geoff Simon, MD
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Bottom line: these authors argue that exposure to acid suppressing medications and antibiotics in the first six months of life are associated with higher risk of allergic conditions though the nature of the study limits the conclusions we can draw from this association.

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