Saturday, June 25, 2016
The name says it all: swimmer’s ear is an infection usually caused by spending too much time wading in pools. Now that summer is almost here, most kids and their parents will probably line up at the local Rogers Aquatic Center for a chance to cool down. Yet, most Puyallup parents are getting concerned with the high possibility of rushing their children in the local urgent care facilities due to this painful condition.
As Puyallup urgent care facilities are often bombarded with questions, here are some of the facts that you should know about swimmer’s ear.
1. Most cases of swimmer’s ear happen because of repeated exposure to recreational waters
The condition can still occur even when the pool, like those in the Rogers Aquatic Center, follows a stringent rule in cleaning. The number of people that swims in a pool guarantees infection-causing bacteria to thrive.
Sunday, June 12, 2016
The farmer’s market is an excellent way to get fresh, locally-grown, and organic fruits and vegetables. For those in and around Puyallup, the Downtown Puyallup Farmers’ Market happening annually from April to mid-October is the perfect time to stock up on high-quality produce. It’s been a beloved tradition for more than 30 years, and it features all the best farm products that Washington has to offer. After you’ve had your fill of all the wonderful food, crafts, and entertainment, it’s time take your bounty home. As you unload your finds, however, pay attention to how you clean, prepare, and store each one.