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'Giving children too many courses of antibiotics could cause more harm than good'

Giving children two or more courses of antibiotics in a year makes further doses 30% more likely to fail, new research suggests. Children who had already received antibiotics for coughs, sore throats and earaches within the same year were less likely to".
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