1. Long Antibiotic Use May Raise Women's Heart Risks  WebMD
  2. Women who use antibiotics for more than two months are 35% more likely to suffer a stroke  Daily Mail
  3. Antibiotic use linked to greater risk of heart attack and stroke in women  Medical Xpress
  4. Women who use antibiotics for two months or more have higher risk of heart attack and stroke  The Independent
  5. Women who take antibiotics long term are at greater risk of strokes and heart attacks, study warns  The Sun
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The results mean that for older women who take antibiotics for two months or more, 6 per 1,000 would go on to develop heart disease, compared with 3 in 1,000 among those who did not take the drugs.The results mean that for older women who take antibiotics for two months or more, 6 per 1,000 would go on to develop heart disease, compared with 3 in 1,000 among those who did not take the drugs.

Long Antibiotic Use May Raise Women's Heart Risks

Research recently published in the European Heart Journal details a link between increased stroke and heart attack risk in women and the long-term use ofResearch recently published in the European Heart Journal details a link between increased stroke and heart attack risk in women and the long-term use of antibiotics. Long-term use, in this case, m…

The link between antibiotics and heart attack risk in women - SlashGear

A new study published in the European Heart Journal found that women who took antibiotics for an extended time were at a higher risk of heart attacks and strokes.Here's how your gut health plays a role.

Antibiotic Use Linked To Greater Risk Of Heart Attack & Stroke In Women

Experts at Tulane University believe long-term use of the drugs wipes out healthy gut bacteria - creating an imbalance that increases inflammation and narrows blood vessels.Experts at Tulane University believe long-term use of the drugs wipes out healthy gut bacteria - creating an imbalance that increases inflammation and narrows blood vessels.

Women who use antibiotics for more than two months are 35% more likely to suffer a stroke | Daily Mail Online

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Women who used antibiotics for longer than a two month period saw their risks of suffering a heart attack or stroke rise by a third, a study has found. Researchers, led by Tulane University in New Orleans, warn that long-term antibiotic use may be increasing risks of cardiovascular disease by wiping out beneficial bacteria that colonise our guts.Women who used antibiotics for longer than a two month period saw their risks of suffering a heart attack or stroke rise by a third, a study has found. Researchers, led by Tulane University in New

Women who use antibiotics for two months or more have higher risk of heart attack and stroke | The Independent

Science News: Home News: The study, published in the European Heart Journal, found that women aged 60 or older who took antibiotics for two months or more had the greatest risScience News: Home News: The study, published in the European Heart Journal, found that women aged 60 or older who took antibiotics for two months or more had the greatest ris

Antibiotic use may up heart attack, stroke risk in women - Times of India

Women who take antibiotics over a long period of time are at increased risk of heart attack or stroke, according to research carried out in nearly 36,500 women, published in the European Heart Journal.Women who take antibiotics over a long period of time are at increased risk of heart attack or stroke, according to research carried out in nearly 36,500 women, published in the European Heart Journal.

Antibiotic use linked to greater risk of heart attack and stroke in women | EurekAlert! Science News

LONG-TERM use of antibiotics raises the risk of heart attacks and strokes in women, a major study suggests. Those who had used the drugs for at least two months were up to a third more likely to develop cardiovascular disease.LONG-TERM use of antibiotics raises the risk of heart attacks and strokes in women, a major study suggests. Those who had used the drugs for at least two months were up to a third more likely to de…

Women who take antibiotics long term are at greater risk of strokes and heart attacks, study warns

Taking antibiotics for two months or longer may be linked to an increase in a woman’s risk for cardiovascular disease.Taking antibiotics for two months or longer may be linked to an increase in a woman’s risk for cardiovascular disease.

Women who use antibiotics for more than two months at a time are at increased risk of suffering a heart attack or stroke, research suggests.Women who use antibiotics for more than two months at a time are at increased risk of suffering a heart attack or stroke, research suggests.

Women on long-term antibiotics are 35% likely to suffer stroke- Experts - Vanguard News

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Women who take antibiotics over a period of time are at a risk of heart attack or stroke. The study found that women aged 60 or older who took antibiotics for two months or more had the greatest risk of cardiovascular disease.Women who take antibiotics over a long period of time are at increased risk of heart attack or stroke, says a study.

Antibiotic Use May up Heart Attack, Stroke Risk in Women