|EAR TUBES UNNECESSARY|
A study published in the January 17 2007 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine has shown once again that tympanostomy or 'ear tubes' do not promote learning and behavior in toddlers with frequent ear infections. In the vast majority of children hearing effects are too short-lived to interfere with learning. This is the 4th study since 2001 to demonstrate that this is unnecessary surgery and holds out false hope of making a significant difference in normal children's development. Don't be persuaded that this is some kind of quick fix for repeated ear infections. The science just does not support this contention.
Controlling dietary factors and the use of an individualized homeopathic remedy will go along way towards addressing these issues. It's time that these were first choices. Are care-givers listening?
For Optimal Health
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