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New findings could change the way you take antibiotics
When we’re prescribed antibiotics, we’re usually told to finish the entire course, even if we feel better. But now a new study claims too much treatment could be just as dangerous as too little. NBC News medical contributor Dr. Natalie Azar explains what you need to know.
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