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External Ear Infection

An external ear infection, also commonly known as swimmer’s ear or otitis externa, affects the ear canal, which starts at the opening of the ear and continues to the ear drum. Otitis externa differs from a middle ear infection, which children commonly get from a cold. When a child has a middle ear infection, the eustachian tube becomes filled with fluid and bacteria. During an external ear infection, the skin of the ear canal becomes infected with bacteria.

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Give a Hero a Home: The Rewarding Experience of Adopting Ex-Government Dogs

The holiday season is a time of love, warmth, and giving. While many people consider adopting a furry friend during this time, there is a unique and heartwarming option available – adopting a hard-working dog that used to work in government facilities. These remarkable canines have dedicated their lives to various federal agencies, assisting in…

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