Use of Antibiotics Lead to More Doctor Visits

There is a growing concern about the overuse of antibiotics for the treatment of upper respiratory infections. These infections are usually viral in nature and antibiotics are useless for treating them. According to research appearing in the April, 2000 issue of the journal Pediatrics, children given antibiotics for respiratory infections have an overall increase in the number of return visits to the doctor.

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