Oral antibiotics was linked with an increased risk of developing kidney stones

A new study found that antibiotics are linked with an increased risk of developing kidney stones, with the greatest risk among children. It is still unclear the prevalence of kidney stones – or nephrolithiasis – has increased 70 percent over the last 30 years, with the most disproportionate increase experienced by children and adolescents. To read further findings of this study, click on attached link. Read article here…

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