F.D.A. raises heart alert on Antibiotic use, may lead to fatal irregular heart rhythm.
Research shows that antibiotics doubles the risk of permanent nerve damage, are linked to liver and kidney disease, retinal detachment, and peripheral neuropathy which causes muscle weakness, numbness, and pain.
F.D.A. Raises Heart Alert on Antibiotic in Wide Use-The New York Times 03/12/13
Popular antibiotic implicated in nerve damage, say study with B.C. links-Vancouver Sun 08/28/14
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