Are pools and swimming safe during COVID? Experts share how swimmers can stay safe in the pool with the rise of the delta variant.
Let’s be honest. We’ve all thought about peeing in a public swimming pool. Sometimes you just have to go! But is it really safe? Find out, so you don’t spoil summertime for others!
If you have diabetes, exercise offers surprising benefits. As it lowers your stress levels, it lowers your blood sugar level.
Swimming can be good for you regardless of your age, weight and health condition — even if you’ve had a cardiac event like a heart attack. Learn more from our cardiac rehabilitation specialists.
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While the shape of your ears does play into whether you’re prone to swimmer’s ear, there is more to it. Get dos and don’ts for preventing otitis externa.
Bacteria, whether in swimming pools, water parks or lakes, can cause recreational water illnesses like diarrhea and skin infections. Here are three ways to lower your chances of getting sick.
Swimming in indoor pools during the colder months is a favorite of many. But does the chlorine affect your lungs in a negative way? Our expert helps answer that question.
Is the myth about urinating on a jellyfish sting for relief actually true? An expert weighs in.
Not sure what “moderate exercise” really means? Our expert explains.
Why do you get a pain in your side when you work out? Our expert offers the answer.