A common summer ailment is “swimmer’s ear,” an infection in the outer ear canal that is caused by moisture trapped in the ear canal or an injury to the ear canal. This ailment doesn’t just occur in children, adults can also get this condition! Below are some tips to help keep ears of all ages safe this summer. And if you do fear that you may have swimmer’s ear, be sure reach out to your audiologist or Ear Nose and Throat physician for an evaluation.
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