swimmer's ear

On a hot summer day, very little is quite as appealing as your local swimming pool.  Swimming is the most popular recreational
Most of us dismiss them as occasional nuisances and wait for them to get better on their own. In fact, there are simple steps
"Obviously, brain injury by drowning is our utmost concern," says Dr. Julie Gilchrist, a pediatrician and medical epidemiologist
Some people get the problem repeatedly, and the CDC didn't estimate how many Americans suffer swimmer's ear each year. But
Whether we like it or not, our nation's beaches are not as clean as we would prefer them to be. Ocean water contaminated
Swimmer's ear What causes it? This is an infection. It results from you marinading your ears in pool or sea water, then baking