In winter or on a rainy day, an indoor pool can be just the way to get moving and to get your heart pumping. However, common chemicals in pool water that can get more concentrated indoors may make it harder on your lungs. “The main concern with indoor pools is the chlorine, which is used … Read More
Each summer, some swimmers (and not just kids!) face a perplexing problem. That is, what should you do when you need to pee? Our experts weigh in on whether the answer ought to be: a) just go, or b) find yourself a proper restroom. Learn the scientific pros and cons to consider in favor of … Read More
How aquatic therapy speeds healing of injuries, pain and surgery by using weightlessness of water.
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.
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If you have diabetes, exercise offers surprising benefits. As it lowers your stress levels, it lowers your blood sugar level.
As the temperatures rise, so does the amount of time kids spend outside. Swimming and outdoor sports are great ways for them to stay fit, but they also mean increased exposure to the sun. Here are some things parents can do to make sure summer is both fun and safe: 1. Keep babies out of … Read More