Babies and toddlers given antibiotics are much more likely to become obese, a major study suggests.

A review of more than 300,000 children found that those prescribed antibiotics during their first two years of life had a 26 percent higher risk of obesity.

The longer that children had been taking the drugs and the more classes of antibiotics they had taken, the greater the risk.

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