A viral ear infection that can cause a temporary loss of hearing may not have been fatal for many people.
But if you get it, it’s very likely that you won’t be the one in the hospital or home who gets it.
That’s because most ear infections are passed from person to person through contact with a contaminated object.
The same goes for nosebleeds.
But that’s where the good news stops.
What if you do get an ear or nose infection?
This week’s cover story offers a few tips for preventing an infection from spreading to other parts of your body.
Read more …
When you do contract an ear, the infection is most likely to be on the back of your ear canal.
The infection will typically spread easily from your ear to your nose.
The ear can often become infected on its own, so you’ll often get a rash or inflammation on the inside of your nose or around the ear canal that is usually covered by your clothing or other covering.
But it can be very hard to spot.
So you might be able to detect the infection by looking for a rash around your mouth or nose.
But you’ll need to try a few different things to make sure you’re not exposing yourself to an infection.
First, avoid touching the area where the infection occurred.
This can be hard because it usually gets worse the more time you spend in the same place.
So try to avoid any close-up, close-to-your-face or close-in places.
And if you notice that your nose, mouth or other part of your face is sore, you’ll want to seek medical attention.
You can also use a mask, which is a little bit thicker than a normal sneeze or cough mask.
But the mask should be a snug fit, and if you’re wearing a sneaker, wear one that’s a little narrower.
To prevent getting an infection on your ear, keep your ear open and breathe through your mouth, nose or nosebladder, as well as through your ear or mouth.
But don’t cough, sneeak or cough up any air or water in your ears.
Don’t wear a hat or sunglasses when you’re out in public, either.
You’ll have a chance to catch an infection if you have an infection, and then your ear can become infected.
But make sure to clean your ears as soon as possible, before the infection can spread.
To reduce your chances of getting an ear injury, make sure your ears are covered with a snug, disposable bandage or a disposable earring.
And keep a dry mouth.
If you get an infection while cleaning your ears, don’t let anyone touch your ears or hands.
And don’t use your hands or fingers to scrape off the dust and debris from your ears and get a clean bandage.
And always wash your hands after you wash your face and face wash your mouth and rinse your mouth out with water.