Skin infections

Skin sores drive high rates of antibiotics for kids in Aboriginal communities

High rates of skin infections in early life are driving high rates of antibiotic use in kids living in remote Aboriginal communities. In the Northern Territory’s East Arnhem region 95% of children had received at least one antibiotic prescription by their first birthday, according to a study that reviewed medical records of 400 children in ...

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