The Childhood Ear Infection Epidemic #BookReview

The Childhood Ear Infection Epidemic

My oldest suffered from chronic ear infections starting at the age of 14 months. They were horrible! One of her first infections got so bad so quickly that we spent New Year’s 2009 at the Duke ER because it  had escalated into pneumonia. Over the course of 6 months,  we went through every antibiotic known to man before I demanded our pediatrician to refer us to an ear, nose, and throat doctor for some tubes.

During that 6 months period of constant antibiotics, I searched high and low for better ways – healthier ways – to treat her ear infections. I never found any solutions that seemed appropriate for a toddler. So, now, 6 years later, I am excited to share Wendi Combes’ book The Childhood Ear Infection Epidemic (available on Amazon).

Wendi is a registered nurse and has over 20 years of experience in the health industry. Through her experience she has written this short book from a layman’s point of view and should not replace the expert medical advice of a certified doctor. But, this book looks at 8 treatment strategies parents can use to help prevent, sooth, or cure an ear infection.

Since 5 out of 6 kids will have an ear infection before the age of 3, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), this book is worth a download to know a little more about your kids’ ear anatomy, causes for infections, and ways to naturally cure an infection.

Wendi has an easy to understand writing style that share the facts we need to know in helping to keep our kids healthy.

Have your kids’ suffered from ear infections? How do you deal with them?

Until Next Time,


This post is sponsored by Wendi Combes. All opinions are 100% mine.


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