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Is Your Child Suffering from Swimmer's Ear?

Remmie Health 0 Comments

Swimmer's ear, an infection in the outer ear canal which runs from your eardrum to the outside of your head, is more common in children than you might think. Often associated with exposure to water, this infection leads to an uncomfortable condition that can dampen the spirits of any young swimmer. But how can...
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Keep Your Child's Ear Health in Mind When They Dive into Pool

Kennedy Smith 0 Comments

Water in the ears can lead to discomfort or infections, so wearing swim caps or earplugs and tilting the head after swimming can help prevent this. Ear infections are common in children who spend a lot of time in pools, and signs include pain, itching, swelling, and fluid drainage. Prompt medical attention is necessary...
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Swimmer’s Ear Misconceptions

Remmie Health 0 Comments

Although swimmer's ear often gets neglected, it’s important to stay ready all year to prevent an escalation of symptoms and long term hearing damage.
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