It is very common in the US and around the world to remove the tonsils of children children. Tonsillectomy is the second most common pediatric surgical procedure. These days, ear, nose and throat specialists perform about half as many tonsillectomies as they did in the 1950s and ’60s. Tonsillectomy is generally performed because of repeat … Continue reading Tonsillectomies: Have you considered Its long-term risks?
Around 2 years ago I wrote about Asthma prevention from the beginning of pregnancy. Abnormal gut microbiota communities in new born babies contributes to asthma. C-section delivery, formula fed instead of breast-feeding, and antibiotic on pregnant mother are believed to be very closely related to the loss of four types of gut bacteria in those … Continue reading Asthma and Lectins
When I was a young kid, I thought Asthma, the respiratory disease, was something you were born with and that there was nothing you could do about it. I felt they were so misfortuned. I may have watched too many Japanese soap operas when I was a kid. 🙂 I don’t know of any kids … Continue reading Do you have Asthma?