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Researchers pooled data from eight observational studies and concluded that the risk of asthma in childhood increased by 34 percent when the mother used proton pump inhibitors and by 57 percent with the use of histamine-2 receptor antagonists.
Statins interact with scores of them, including proton pump inhibitors (like Nexium), blood pressure and heart medications (like Plavix), and many antibiotics.
For the 745 who had previously used proton pump inhibitors, the risk declined to 16.1 percent.
The mice were either given a proton pump inhibitor or genetically engineered to lack acid production.
Still, the problem is often treated with GERD drugs known as proton pump inhibitors (PPIs).
Americans spend nearly $13 billion a year on both prescription and over-the-counter versions of proton pump inhibitors (PPI), the most popular anti-reflux medications.
Currently there is increasing concern about drugs called PPIs (proton pump inhibitors) having serious side effects with long-term use.
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