London: Babies given antibiotics before they were six months were more likely to be overweight by the age of three, a British study has found.A study of around 11,000 British children found that those given the drugs before they were six months old had a bigger body mass index (BMI) than their peers, the Daily Mail reported.By the time they were three, the children given antibiotics were 22 percent more likely to be overweight.Those given medicines between six and 14 months did not have significantly higher body mass than children who did not receive any in that period.
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