Health Briefs TV Presents a Segment on Swimmer’s Ear

The award winning show will air a segment on the prevention and treatment of swimmer’s ear.

Online PR News – 14-August-2014 – Coral Springs, FL – The producers of Health Briefs TV are pleased to announce an informative segment on swimmer’s ear. Swimmer’s ear is an infection in the outer canal that runs from the eardrum to the outside of the head. Featured guests will educate viewers about the causes of swimmers ear such as water that remains in the ear after swimming creating a moist environment where bacteria can grow. Viewers will learn about some of the symptoms of swimmer’s ear including itching, pain, redness in the ear, excessive fluid drainage, pus, feeling of fullness in the ear and decreased or muffled hearing. Experts will inform viewers about the ways to prevent swimmer’s ear such as keeping ears dry, various ways to get water out the ear after swimming, the danger or using Q Tips and more. This segment will air this fall on most regional and national cable television networks.

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