If you are a parent, chances are you have had to deal with a child's ear infection at one time or another. When Ellie was small, she got them regularly and was always treated with antibiotics. Sometimes, doctors would advise us to wait and see if it ...
Children with acute ear infections might not need antibiotics to get better, even when the infection is severe enough to prompt a visit to the emergency room. A new study in JAMA, recently summarized on HealthDay , found that almost two-thirds of chi...
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