- July 1st, 2013
If you look at longevity of a species—mice, humans, horses, and so on—and you measure the amount of glutathione it produces, the more glutathione a species produces, the longer it lives.
—Joe Pizzorno, NDBy Adam Swenson
- March 1st, 2009
Here’s the $64,000 question: Why do children’s ear infections keep coming back despite multiple courses of antibiotics? Because they’re mostly caused by viruses, not bacteria. Antibiotics don’t treat the cause of the problem—the virus. They just provide temporary relief of the symptoms, says Sandy Newmark, an integrative pediatrician in Tucson, Arizona.Antibiotics are not the answer to healing persistent ear infections.By Nicole Duncan