NCCAM-Funded Arizona Pediatric Center Studying Echinacea Use In Children
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The use of echinacea for the relief of recurrent ear infections in children ages one to five is being studied at the Arizona Pediatric Center for Complementary & Alternative Medicine. Initial findings from the research are expected by October.
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