Antibiotics for Ear Infections in Children (AAFP) → In most cases of middle ear infection, antibiotics are not needed. Here's what to do instead. Bone-Density Tests (AAFP) → If you’re not at higher risk for weak bones, you should think twice about the bone-density test. Here’s why. Early Delivery (ACOG, AAFP) → To hurry a baby’s birth can increase the risk of serious problems for both you and your baby. EKGs and Exercise Stress Tests (AAFP) → EKGs or exercise stress tests usually aren't necessary for people without symptoms. Imaging Tests for Back Pain (AAFP) → It seems like getting an X-ray, CT scan or MRI to find the cause would be a good idea. Pap Tests (AAFP) → Many teenage girls and some women have the test when they don’t need it. Here’s why. Pelvic Exams and Pap Tests Before Contraceptives (AAFP) → You usually don’t need a Pap test and pelvic exam before getting birth control pills. PSA Test for Prostate Cancer (AAFP) → The PSA screening test is widely used, but often is not needed. Treating Sinusitis (AAFP) → Millions of people are prescribed antibiotics each year for sinusitis.