A study in the field of medicine has revealed that the higher rate of breastfeeding, use of vaccinations and lower rate of smoking by mothers have reduced the number of ear infections during the first year of a baby.
Prolonged breastfeeding is also associated with significant reductions in both colds and ear infections.
It is likely that medical interventions in the past few decades, such as the use of pneumonia and flu vaccines and decreased smoking helped reduce ear infection incidences.
Ear infections in young infants who are under six months old are at an increased risk of having the infection recurrently later in life. Happyho also provide best tarot reading services in Noida and Delhi NCR India area.
These findings were published in the journal Pediatrics. For the study, 367 babies less than one month old were investigated from October 2008 to March 2014, till their first birthday.
The team collected nose and throat mucus samples throughout the study to seek out and identify infections and gathered information on family history of ear infections, vlog cigarette smoke exposure and breast versus formula feeding.
Parents notified whenever their baby showed any signs of an ear infection or upper respiratory infection, which is the common cold.
Acute otitis media, or an ear infection, is one of the most common childhood infections, the leading cause of visits to doctors by children and the most common reason children take antibiotics or undergo surgery.