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Ear Plug Compliance Plays Important Role In Preventing Swimmer's Ear
Date:5/7/2013

COLD SPRING HARBOR, N.Y., May 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- AquaEars™ is an easy, convenient and comfortable step in providing top line protection from swimmer's ear, medically known as otitis externa, that is more prevalent as a result of exposure to moisture in the ears from swimming or bathing. Now the line is making a splash in fun characters, ranging from SpongeBob SquarePants to Finding Nemo, in order to help increase compliance of ear plug use in children who may typically resist.

To keep ears, and children, happy and healthy this swimming season, the AquaEars™ ear health experts have come up with the following safety tips for the next time your child takes a dip:

  • Be an Explorer: Always take the time to explore around the swimming area to help your child identify the location of lifeguards, water preservers, bathrooms facilities, depth markers with shallow and deeps ends, sitting areas, and even other swimmer's behavior in the pool. You can reward your child with extra swim time or water toys once you feel they understand these safety observations. The AquaEars™ Dora the Explorer Ultra Soft Ear Plugs, along with other AquaEars™ licensed character ear plugs, do not interfere with normal hearing like most other ear plugs for swimming, offering safer recreation while exploring in and around the water, while protecting children's ears.
  • Pump your Brakes: Never allow children to run or even walk fast around or in a swimming area. The spillover and foot traffic from the water makes surfaces wet and slippery and children can easily injure themselves or others by falling on the hard surface or even in to the pool. Using the © Disney/Pixar Cars AquaEars™ ear plugs are a great way to remind them to "pump their brakes" and walk while enjoying water activities. 
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