Tuesday, July 11, 2006

The Pond Water / Ear Infection Connection

Interesting article on ear infections. Small sample size, poorly constructed study, and very poor analysis and application of results. However, what got me to laughing was the "bio film" thought. What the heck is a biofilm. By definition of this study it appears to be human moss that is growing in your children's ears causing them to contract ear infections.

I have a more logical solutions to solve ear infections:

1. If your children swim in pools, lakes or streams have them use dry ear alcohol drops to remove moisture after swimming.

2. Take you children off dairy and gluten for three weeks and watch what happens

3. Put your child on a probiotic that has live cultures that must be store in the cold. Preferably 23 to 25 different bacteria contained. I have found one with fourteen. The highest I have been able to find so far.

4. Give them proper rest

5. If that doesn't work get them Elisa/ACT tested for food allergies. Hint this is not done at your local allergists office most of the time.

If that doesn't work call me we will go to second line of defense.


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