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The Fix: White Vinegar
"This poolside infection occurs when excess moisture and too little wax throw off the ear's pH balance, allowing bacteria to colonize," says Dale Amanda Taylor, M.D., an assistant professor of otolaryngology at Vanderbilt University. "To kill the germs, use a dropper to place 0.25 milliliters of body-temperature white vinegar (rubbing alcohol works too) in your ear; repeat twice a day for 48 hours."
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