Childhood Ear Infections

A Parent's Guide to Alternative Treatments

By Michael A. Schmidt; Theodore Dimon, Jr.
(North Atlantic Books, Paperback, 9781556434426, 211pp.)

Publication Date: January 2004

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Research increasingly questions the safety and efficacy of antibiotics in treating ear infections in small children. This guide explores the underlying causes of the problem and suggests new strategies. The author discusses diet, homeopathic care, and children's vitamin absorption process. The book includes a checklist that advises parents when they should take their children to the doctor, and provides specific questions to ask in determining the appropriateness of antibiotics or surgery.




About the Author
Michael A. Schmidt, PhD, did his doctoral research in molecular medicine within the Life Sciences Division at NASA Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California. He continues to work in collaboration with NASA scientists in the field of metabolism and human performance. Dr. Schmidt is the author of six popular books on health and nutrition, and he is coeditor of a forthcoming textbook on nutritional pharmacology and clinical neuroscience. Dr. Schmidt is a professional member of the Society for Neuroscience, the Metabolomics Society, and the Epigenetics Society. He currently directs a research laboratory in Boulder, Colorado.

Theodore Dimon, Ed.D. is Director of the Dimon Institute in New York City. Dr. Dimon became certified to teach the Alexander Technique in 1983 at the Constructive Teaching Centre in London, England, and received both his masters and doctorate degrees in Education from Harvard University. He is the author of "The Elements of Skill" and "Anatomy of the Moving Body," For further information on the Dimon Institute, please contact:
The Dimon Institute
737 Park Avenue #9A
New York, New York 10021
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