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Can trigger antibiotic heart attacks? Scientists put a worrying study

The use of antibiotics brings with it risks, that’s generally known.

But especially older women should be careful.

A recent scientific study, which was published in the ‘European Heart Journal’.

Women, more than two months of antibiotics revenue, had seizures, an increased risk for heart attacks and strokes.

For over 39 Years the probability was increased to 28 per cent, for 60-Year-old was 32% higher.

The reason is that The antibiotics kill useful bacteria in the gut.

The connection between the micro-biotic environment of the intestine and inflammation and diseases have already been earlier studies have found.

Antibiotics should only be used if they are absolutely needed.

And to avoid then only as long as necessary, but also long enough to allow the formation of resistance.