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Ear Infection is the Most Common Reason Why an American Child Sees the Doctor

costs >$4 billion (i.e., parent's time/wage lost from work, doctors' visits, antibiotic prescriptions, and surgical tympanostomy tube insertions). There is a rising rate of tympanostomy tube procedures that may not be an effective remedy.

Clearly the need for quality baby bottles is substantially growing as they demonstrate the practical, medical and financial benefits. The Sit&SipTM bottle is engineered for easy and healthy performance. After all, wouldn't any parent want what is best for their baby?


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