Water offers buoyancy and resistance that makes swimming easier on your body than other forms of exercise. An exercise physiologist explains why swimming, along with other aquatic exercises, is so good for your body and mind.
Do you start coughing immediately after leaving an indoor pool? The reason why has to do with chlorine and other stuff in the water.
We’ve all had pruney skin after a dip in the pool or a bath. But why does that happen? A dermatologist explains the science behind it.
“Dry drowning” isn’t a medical term. But if you have a water incident, whether water enters your lungs or not, lung injury can occur. Experts explain what you need to know.
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