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Summer Swimming Season May Be Over, But You Can Still Get Swimmer’s Ear – And You Don’t Even Need to Go in the Water
By Thomas Schrepfer and Rex Haberman Your Health

Summer Swimming Season May Be Over, But You Can Still Get Swimmer’s Ear – And You Don’t Even Need to Go in the Water

Many forms of ear infections strike children and adults alike, but among the most common is acute otitis externa, also known as swimmer’s ear. About 10% of Americans will experience swimmer’s ear during their lifetimes. Adults are affected more commonly, and children only rarely, generally ages 5 to 12. But you don’t have to be […]

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Swimming Gives Your Brain a Boost – But Scientists Still Don’t Know Why It’s Better Than Other Aerobic Activities
By Seena Mathew Fitness News & Advice

Swimming Gives Your Brain a Boost – But Scientists Still Don’t Know Why It’s Better Than Other Aerobic Activities

It’s no secret that aerobic exercise can help stave off some of the ravages of aging. But a growing body of research suggests that swimming might provide a unique boost to brain health. Regular swimming has been shown to improve memory, cognitive function, immune response and mood. Swimming may also help repair damage from stress […]

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