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by fiona basil (2020-11-03)

Ear infection results from viruses or bacteria in the middle ear. It is said that children may have more risks of developing ear infection than adults do. There are many factors causing ear infection such as food allergies, environmental allergies, wax buildup, nutritional deficiency, fetal alcohol syndrome, internal injuries, upper respiratory infection, and genetics. Ear infection will make the sufferers uncomfortable with many symptoms.

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