35% rise in antibiotic prescribing for ear infections alone, we’re not even talking about strep or sinus infections or anything else, just ear infections, at least half, if not more of those prescriptions are statistically known to be unnecessary. And this is according to authoritative medical reviewers that are very conservative like the centres for disease control, when you know the centres for disease control is saying an antibiotic is being used. Too often, antibiotics are being used too often. So, at this point, you might be thinking, well, really, what’s the big deal of my kid gets a lot of ear infections and what’s the problem with antibiotics anyway? Well, the problems are several fold. One, recurrent ear infections are a symptom. They’re a condition but they’re a symptom that your child’s immune system is not adequately ramping up to fight infection. So it’s telling you that your child needs more nutritional support.