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Achieving compliance with pool fencing legislation in New Zealand: a survey of regulatory authorities. (1/204)

OBJECTIVES: To identify the status of compliance and enforcement of New Zealand's Fencing of Swimming Pools Act (FOSP Act), 10 years after its introduction, and to identify methods for improving both compliance with the act and the process of enforcement. METHODS: A postal questionnaire was sent to all 74 authorities in New Zealand in which they were asked questions about their enforcement of the FOSP Act. Semistructured telephone interviews were conducted with 12 authorities to supplement the data obtained in the postal survey. RESULTS: Based on responses to the survey, it was estimated that there are over 59,000 domestic swimming pools in New Zealand, giving rates of 46 pools/1000 dwellings and 16 pools/1000 persons. The authorities reported that 44% of pools complied with the act, and a further 4% had been granted exemptions. Nineteen per cent of pools were reported to not comply with the act, and the compliance status of a further 33% was not known, or not stated by the authority. Only 9% of authorities had procedures for locating and inspecting pools, while 28% had a programme of reinspection to ensure that pools continued to comply. Pool owner resistance was considered to be the main difficulty with enforcing the act, and nearly half of the authorities believed publicity or education was needed to overcome these barriers. Fifty two per cent of authorities had publicized the act during the 12 months preceding the survey. CONCLUSIONS: Due to ambiguities within the legislation, and differing levels of commitment by authorities to locate pools and monitor compliance, compliance with the FOSP Act is not consistent nationally. If the act were less ambiguous, there would be greater consistency and more enforcement.  (+info)

Effects of pool-fencing ordinances and other factors on childhood drowning in Los Angeles County, 1990-1995. (2/204)

OBJECTIVES: This study estimated the effects of local pool-fencing ordinances and other factors on the rate of childhood drowning in Los Angeles County, California. METHODS: Stage 1 was a retrospective dynamic cohort study of all drownings among children younger than 10 years that occurred in residential swimming pools in Los Angeles County between 1990 and 1995. Stage 2 was a matched case-control study that compared pools in which childhood drownings occurred (cases) with randomly selected pools in which drownings did not occur (controls). RESULTS: The drowning rate was relatively high among toddlers (aged 1-4 years), boys, and African Americans and in areas with a high density of residential swimming pools. Pool-fencing ordinances were not associated with a reduced overall rate of childhood drowning. CONCLUSIONS: Local ordinances enacted in Los Angeles County before 1996 do not appear to have been effective in reducing the rate of childhood drowning in residential pools. Possible reasons for this ineffectiveness are insufficient building codes for isolating pools from homes, inadequate enforcement of the ordinances, and inadequate operation or maintenance of fencing equipment by pool owners.  (+info)

Surveillance for waterborne-disease outbreaks--United States, 1997-1998. (3/204)

PROBLEM/CONDITION: Since 1971, CDC and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have maintained a collaborative surveillance system for collecting and periodically reporting data relating to occurrences and causes of waterborne-disease outbreaks (WBDOs). REPORTING PERIOD COVERED: This summary includes data from January 1997 through December 1998 and a previously unreported outbreak in 1996. DESCRIPTION OF THE SYSTEM: The surveillance system includes data regarding outbreaks associated with drinking water and recreational water. State, territorial, and local public health departments are primarily responsible for detecting and investigating WBDOs and voluntarily reporting them to CDC on a standard form. RESULTS: During 1997-1998, a total of 13 states reported 17 outbreaks associated with drinking water. These outbreaks caused an estimated 2,038 persons to become ill. No deaths were reported. The microbe or chemical that caused the outbreak was identified for 12 (70.6%) of the 17 outbreaks; 15 (88.2%) were linked to groundwater sources. Thirty-two outbreaks from 18 states were attributed to recreational water exposure and affected an estimated 2,128 persons. Eighteen (56.3%) of the 32 were outbreaks of gastroenteritis, and 4 (12.5%) were single cases of primary amebic meningoencephalitis caused by Naegleria fowleri, all of which were fatal. The etiologic agent was identified for 29 (90.6%) of the 32 outbreaks, with one death associated with an Escherichia coli O157:H7 outbreak. Ten (55.6%) of the 18 gastroenteritis outbreaks were associated with treated pools or ornamental fountains. Of the eight outbreaks of dermatitis, seven (87.5%) were associated with hot tubs, pools, or springs. INTERPRETATION: Drinking water outbreaks associated with surface water decreased from 31.8% during 1995-1996 to 11.8% during 1997-1998. This reduction could be caused by efforts by the drinking water industry (e.g., Partnership for Safe Water), efforts by public health officials to improve drinking water quality, and improved water treatment after the implementation of EPA's Surface Water Treatment Rule. In contrast, the proportion of outbreaks associated with systems supplied by a groundwater source increased from 59.1% (i.e., 13) during 1995-1996 to 88.2% (i.e., 15) during 1997-1998. Outbreaks caused by parasites increased for both drinking and recreational water. All outbreaks of gastroenteritis attributed to parasites in recreational water were caused by Cryptosporidium, 90% occurred in treated water venues (e.g., swimming pools and decorative fountains), and fecal accidents were usually suspected. The data in this surveillance summary probably underestimate the true incidence of WBDOs because not all WBDOs are recognized, investigated, and reported to CDC or EPA. ACTIONS TAKEN: To estimate the national prevalence of waterborne disease associated with drinking water, CDC and EPA are conducting a series of epidemiologic studies to better quantify the level of waterborne disease associated with drinking water in nonoutbreak conditions. The Information Collection Rule implemented by EPA in collaboration with the drinking water industry helped quantifythe level of pathogens in surface water. Efforts by CDC to address recreational water outbreaks have included meetings with the recreational water industry, focus groups to educate parents on prevention of waterborne disease transmission in recreational water settings, and publications with guidelines for parents and pool operators.  (+info)

Pseudomonas dermatitis/folliculitis associated with pools and hot tubs--Colorado and Maine, 1999-2000. (4/204)

During 1999-2000, outbreaks of Pseudomonas aeruginosa dermatitis and otitis externa associated with swimming pool and hot tub use occurred in Colorado and Maine. This report summarizes these outbreaks and provides recommendations for swimming pool and hot tub operation and maintenance, particularly when using offsite monitoring of water disinfectant and pH levels or when cyanuric acid is added to pools as a chlorine stabilizer.  (+info)

Toddler drowning in domestic swimming pools. (5/204)

AIMS: To identify how toddlers who drowned gained access to private swimming pools; to recommend preventive strategies to reduce the incidence of toddler drowning and near drowning. METHOD: The study reviewed critically all completed investigations into the drowning deaths of toddlers aged 1-4 years reported to the state coroner (n=33) as a result of unintentional submersion incidents in domestic swimming pools in Victoria, Australia, from 1 January 1992 to 31 December 1997. RESULTS: There was a predominance of 1 year olds, and boys. Forty six per cent of the children drowned in the three summer months. The majority of pools were in-ground; most were located on the child's home property. Over half the pools lacked fencing of any kind; of those that did have fences, only three appear to have met Australian standards. CONCLUSIONS: More than half of the children studied drowned in unfenced pools and spas. In not one case did a child gain unaided access to a pool fitted with a fully functional gate and fence that met the Australian standard. Where children gained access to fenced pools, the majority did so via faulty or inadequate gates, or through gates that were propped open. This finding highlights the need for pool owners to install Australian standard approved fences and gates, and to maintain existing fences and gates regularly. Door locks and supervision were inadequate primary prevention strategies.  (+info)

Exercise in 94 degrees F water for a patient with multiple sclerosis. (6/204)

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: The purpose of this case report is to describe the examination, intervention, and outcome of a patient with multiple sclerosis (MS) who participated in a comprehensive rehabilitation program that included aquatic therapy with a pool temperature of 94 degrees F. There are few descriptions of aquatic exercise programs on muscle force, exercise tolerance, and functional outcomes in individuals with MS, and most authors recommend a water temperature of less than 85 degrees F to prevent an exacerbation of symptoms. DESCRIPTION: The patient was a 33-year-old woman. Before, during, and after the aquatic program, she was monitored for body temperature, heart rate, blood pressure, and perceived exertion. She was also assessed for muscle force and functional abilities. OUTCOMES: The patient did not experience heat sensitivity or fatigue throughout the program, and her manual muscle test grades and mobility improved. DISCUSSION: This patient's participation in aquatic therapy, in conjunction with land-based interventions, may have been associated with the improvement in functional abilities.  (+info)

Short term respiratory effects of acute exposure to chlorine due to a swimming pool accident. (7/204)

OBJECTIVE: Acute exposure to chlorine causes lung damage, and recovery may proceed slowly for several weeks. The short term respiratory effects of acute chlorine inhalation during a swimming pool accident were examined. METHODS: A total of 282 subjects (134 children, aged <14 years) inhaled hydrogen chloride and sodium hypochlorite during an accident caused by a malfunction of the water chlorinating system in a community pool in Rome in 1998. Most people received bronchodilators and cortisone at the emergency room; five children were admitted to hospital. A total of 260 subjects (92.2%) were interviewed about duration of exposure (<3, 3--5, >5 minutes), intensity of exposure (not at all or a little, a moderate amount, a lot), and respiratory symptoms. Lung function was measured in 184 people (82 children) after 15--30 days. The effects of exposure to chlorine were analysed through multiple linear regression, separately in adults and in children. RESULTS: Acute respiratory symptoms occurred among 66.7% of adults and 71.6% of children. The incidences were highest among those who had chronic respiratory disease and had a longer duration of exposure. In about 30% of the subjects, respiratory symptoms persisted for 15--30 days after the accident. Lung function levels were lower in those who reported a high intensity of exposure than in those who reported low exposure, both in children and in adults (mean (95% confidence interval (95% CI)) differences in forced expiratory volume in 1 second (FEV(1,)) were -109 (-310 to 93) ml, and -275 (-510 to -40) ml, respectively). CONCLUSION: Persistent symptoms and lung function impairment were found up to 1 month after the incident. Although community pool accidents happen rarely, the medical community needs to be alerted to the possible clinical and physiological sequelae, especially among susceptible people.  (+info)

Protracted outbreaks of cryptosporidiosis associated with swimming pool use--Ohio and Nebraska, 2000. (8/204)

Swimming is the second most popular exercise in the United States with approximately 400 million pool visits annually. During the summer of 2000, five outbreaks of cryptosporidiosis linked to swimming pools were reported to CDC. This report summarizes the investigations of two of these outbreaks involving approximately 1000 cases and provides recommendations to reduce the transmission of pool-related disease.  (+info)

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... (Chinese: 青衣游泳池) is a public swimming pool on Tsing Yi Island, New Territories, Hong Kong. It is near ... The swimming pool was built and planned at the same time as the adjacent Tsing Yi Sports Ground. Both facilities were designed ... "60LS - Swimming Pool Complex and 199LS - Sportsground, Area 3, Tsing Yi Upgrading to Category II". Regional Council. 30 ... Missing or empty ,url= (help) "Beaches and pools". Leisure and Cultural Services Department. Retrieved 2011-11-29. Coordinates ...

*Kennedy Town Swimming Pool

The complex includes two 50 metres pools, a 25 metre training pool, a children's pool and a jacuzzi. The futuristic pool ... necessitating the demolition of the swimming pool. The new swimming pool complex occupies a 0.8 ha site near the Kennedy Town ... The Kennedy Town Swimming Pool (Chinese: 堅尼地城游泳池) is a public swimming complex in Kennedy Town, Hong Kong. There have been two ... p. 6. "Swim complex opens". South China Morning Post. 15 August 1974. p. 7. "Kennedy Town Swimming Pool to open for public use ...

*Atakum Olympic Swimming Pool

... (Turkish: Atakum Olimpik Yüzme Havuzu) is an indoor Olympic-size swimming pool in Atakum district ... US$ 7.0). The main pool has ten lanes and the warm-up pool six lanes. The facility features also a fitness hall and a spa. It ... The venue will host swimming events of the 2017 Summer Deaflympics. "Samsun'a Olimpik Yüzme Havuzu" (in Turkish). Samsun ... "Atakum Olympic Swimming Pool". 2017 Samsun Deaflympics. Retrieved 2017-07-06. ...

*Morrison Hill Swimming Pool

The Morrison Hill Swimming Pool (Chinese: 摩理臣山游泳池) is a public swimming pool in Morrison Hill, Wan Chai, Hong Kong. It was the ... as well as a smaller training pool. The outdoor pool deck is home to a teaching pool and a toddler's pool. "Heated pool will ... At opening, the swimming complex comprised a heated 50-metre heated main pool, an outdoor pool, and a paddling pool for young ... Today, the swimming complex has four pools. Indoors, there is a 50-metre main pool with a 203-seat spectator stand, ...

*New Melones Dam

... between the cold water pool and the flood-control pool, further handicapping the ability of the reservoir to manage water. This ... And that assumes they won't swim toward the ocean on their own - as they have been doing without our helpful assistance since ... which at full pool of 1,088 ft (332 m) above sea level encompasses 12,500 acres (5,100 ha) of surface water and a volume of ... at all times in order to preserve the cold water pool. This would essentially limit the usable storage in the reservoir to the ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Surveillance for waterborne-disease outbreaks associated with drinking water--United States, 2001-2002.. AU - Blackburn, Brian G.. AU - Craun, Gunther F.. AU - Yoder, Jonathan S.. AU - Hill, Vincent. AU - Calderon, Rebecca L.. AU - Chen, Nora. AU - Lee, Sherline H.. AU - Levy, Deborah A.. AU - Beach, Michael J.. PY - 2004/10/22. Y1 - 2004/10/22. N2 - PROBLEM/CONDITION: Since 1971, CDC, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists have maintained a collaborative surveillance system for collecting and periodically reporting data related to occurrences and causes of waterborne-disease outbreaks (WBDOs). This surveillance system is the primary source of data concerning the scope and effects of waterborne disease outbreaks on persons in the United States. REPORTING PERIOD COVERED: This summary includes data on WBDOs associated with drinking water that occurred during January 2001-December 2002 and on three previously unreported ...
Interpretation: Drinking water outbreaks associated with surface water decreased from 31.8% during 1995-1996 to 11.8% during 1997-1998. This reduction could be caused by efforts by the drinking water industry (e.g., Partnership for Safe Water), efforts by public health officials to improve drinking water quality, and improved water treatment after the implementation of EPAs Surface Water Treatment Rule. In contrast, the proportion of outbreaks associated with systems supplied by a groundwater source increased from 59.1% (i.e., 13) during 1995-1996 to 88.2% (i.e., 15) during 1997-1998. Outbreaks caused by parasites increased for both drinking and recreational water. All outbreaks of gastroenteritis attributed to parasites in recreational water were caused by Cryptosporidium, 90% occurred in treated water venues (e.g., swimming pools and decorative fountains), and fecal accidents were usually suspected. The data in this surveillance summary probably underestimate the true incidence of WBDOs ...
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I am planning to leave the pool covered when not in use. So I dont think an aqua bot would work very well. Also the pool has varying depths at angles. Is the only option vacuuming? I am not sure how often you would need to vacuum an indoor pool. Thanks ...
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During the 1990s, reports of outbreaks of gastrointestinal disease associated with the use of disinfected recreational water (i.e., swimming and wading pools, waterparks, fountains, hot tubs, and spas) have gradually increased (4). During 1989--1998, approximately 10,000 cases of diarrheal illness were associated with 32 recreational waterborne disease outbreaks in disinfected water venues in the United States. Ten outbreaks occurred during 1997--1998, the highest number of recreational water outbreaks ever reported (4). Because diarrheal illness is underreported to public health authorities, the number of outbreaks associated with recreational water use is probably higher (5). The number of swimming exposures in the United States (approximately 400 million annual visits) (6) and increasing attendance at high capacity recreational water venues provide strong incentives to review and improve recommendations to reduce the transmission of gastrointestinal illness resulting from recreational water ...
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by Rhonda Cooper For the students and residents of the Northern Village of Ile-a-la Crosse, swimming will soon become a year-round activity. The new indoor pool is in the final stages of construction and once a manager is hired, it will be open to the public.
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Disinfection of water is mandatory for swimming pools. Most of them use Chlorine or its derivates for that purpose. When entering the pool bathers bring substances such as sweat, hairs and cosmetics that react with disinfectants and form disinfection by-products (DBPs) which are known to be harmful for human health. In order to avoid the formation of these undesirable products new technologies for pool water treatment must be developed or alternatively a control system of the DBPs in the pool. The most important DBPs and their precursors are organic. Nanofiltration (NF) comes up as a possible solution for the problem as it is capable of rejecting organic matter. A nanofiltration filtration plant was installed in an indoor pool in Germany. The existed pool water treatment included flocculation, powdered activated carbon adsorption and ultrafiltration. During this study a branch current was treated by the new NF plant. The nanofiltration plant treated 0.3% of the global recycle flow, meaning ...
Swimming is the second most popular exercise in the United States, with approximately 339 million swimming visits to recreational water venues, including disinfected ones (e.g., pools, water parks, and interactive fountains), each year (1). Pool chemicals* are added to the water in these venues to prevent transmission of infectious pathogens. These chemicals can cause injury when handled inappropriately or when operators fail to use appropriate personal protective equipment. This report summarizes 36 pool chemical--associated health events reported to the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) for public aquatic venues during 1983--2006 and includes analyses of 1998--2007 data from the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System (NEISS) and 2007 data from the National Poison Data System (NPDS). NYSDOH reported primarily summertime health events resulting in acute respiratory illness. NEISS and NPDS data revealed that pool chemical--associated injuries or exposures led to thousands of ...
How Dirty is Your Public Pool? - My son loves our community pool. And I love to watch him explore the water. What I dont love is when he opens his little mouth and sucks in a big gulp of pool water. I cant help but look around at the other kids and and think, Okay, whos peeing in the pool?
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Swimming pool sanitation is the process of ensuring healthy conditions in swimming pools, hot tubs, plunge pools, and similar recreational water venues. Proper sanitation is needed to maintain the visual clarity of water and to prevent the transmission of infectious waterborne diseases. Sanitation methods include a water filter to remove pollutants, disinfection to kill infectious microorganisms, swimmer hygiene to minimize the introduction of contaminants into pool water, and regular testing of pool water, including chlorine and pH levels. The World Health Organization has published international guidelines for the safety of swimming pools and similar recreational-water environments, including standards for minimizing microbial and chemical hazards. The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also provides information on pool sanitation and water related illnesses for health professionals and the public. The main organizations providing certifications for pool and spa operators ...
A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that 1 in 8 public swimming pools is in violation of health and safety codes - and that pools at day care centers and childrens facilities seem to be the most frequent offenders. The findings, based on an analysis of more than 120,000 public pool inspections. …. ...
1 Field tests in the Ílhavo Municipal Swimming-Pool on transfer between grid connected and islanding modes Results: Field tests demonstrated the feasibility of transitions between grid connected and islanding modes. Regarding to this study case, considering the good level of short-circuit power and the reduced length between the distribution transformer and the microturbine, the impact of the microturbine on the grid power quality was not significant. The operation of the microturbine in islanding mode was possible without significant voltage and frequency variation for moderate load variations. Parallel of the microturbine with the Diesel gen-set and a stable operation, for several load and generation regimens, were achieved with slacken of the microturbines frequency protections. Operation in islanding mode requires control of micro- sources and loads. Based on these concepts, EDP, with some partners like INESC Porto, has been developing a global project named InovGrid. Introduction The ...
New York City has both indoor and outdoor public pools available. Some pools have dedicated lap swim hours at both early hours and late at night so that you can exercise around your work schedule.
Most of the public pools advertise their concern for health by mentioning that the chlorinated water is perfectly safe for your well-being. Could they cover the risks?
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cute young blonde girl with blue eyes undresses her pink panties at the table near the swimming pool 740120: Public pools Public pools are often found as part of a larger leisure centre or recreational complex. These centres often have more than one pool, such as an indoor heated pool, an outdoor saltwater or unheated chlorinated pool, a shallower childrens pool, and a paddling pool for toddlers and infants. There may also be a sauna and one or more hot tubs or spa pools (jacuzzis). Public pools may belong to a hotel or holiday resort, as an amenity for the recreation of their guests. If a po…
Swimming is a popular, fun summer activity with health benefits for people of all ages. It is important to remember, however, that pools and other types of recreational water venues can be places where germs can spread. Recreational Water Illnesses (RWIs) are caused by germs spread by swallowing, breathing in mists or aerosols of, or having contact with contaminated water in swimming pools, hot tubs, water parks, water play areas, interactive fountains, lakes, rivers or oceans1. RWIs can include infections of the skin, eye, ear, respiratory, neurologic and gastrointestinal system. The most common symptom of RWI is diarrhea, which can be caused by germs such as Crypto (short for Cryptosporidium) Giardia, Shigella, norovirus and E. coli . Other infections include Legionella, Hot Tub Rash, Swimmers Ear and MRSA.. Swimmers and individuals playing in interactive fountains and spray parks share the water with everyone. People with diarrheal illness who swim can quickly contaminate the water with ...
Abbreviations: AGI = acute gastrointestinal illness; ARI = acute respiratory illness; Hep = Hepatitis; Other = undefined, illnesses, conditions, or symptoms or symptoms that cannot be categorized as gastrointestinal, respiratory, ear-related, eye-related, skin-related, neurological, hepatitis or caused by leptospirosis.. *Non-recreational waterborne disease outbreaks combines two previously-reported categories, Water Not Intended for Drinking and Water of Unknown Intent. It includes outbreaks not associated with public or private drinking water systems, as well as outbreaks for which the intended use of the water is not known. It does not include outbreaks associated with recreational water venues (e.g., swimming pools), which are reported separately.. ¶ Value was set to missing in reports where zero hospitalizations were reported and the number of people for whom information was available was also zero.. ** Value was set to missing in reports where zero deaths were reported and the number ...
Abbreviations: AGI = acute gastrointestinal illness; ARI = acute respiratory illness; Hep = Hepatitis; Other = undefined, illnesses, conditions, or symptoms or symptoms that cannot be categorized as gastrointestinal, respiratory, ear-related, eye-related, skin-related, neurological, hepatitis or caused by leptospirosis.. *Non-recreational waterborne disease outbreaks combines two previously-reported categories, Water Not Intended for Drinking and Water of Unknown Intent. It includes outbreaks not associated with public or private drinking water systems, as well as outbreaks for which the intended use of the water is not known. It does not include outbreaks associated with recreational water venues (e.g., swimming pools), which are reported separately.. ¶ Value was set to missing in reports where zero hospitalizations were reported and the number of people for whom information was available was also zero.. ** Value was set to missing in reports where zero deaths were reported and the number ...
Great Work!!! An excellent article. Thank you for sharing. I also think that the same think regular pool cleaning is necessary because pool water contains harmful organisms are not visible and their results not immediately apparent; the importance of monitoring the swimming pool water cannot be stressed enough. I also read this article about robotic pool cleaner that helps to clean your pool at very high speed ...
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cute young blonde girl with blue eyes undresses her pink panties at the table near the swimming pool 740112: Private pools are usually smaller than public pools, on average 12 × 24 ft (3.7 × 7.3 m) to 20 × 40 ft (6.1 × 12 m) whereas public pools usually start at 80 ft (24 m). Home pools can be permanently built-in, or be assembled above ground and disassembled after summer. Privately owned outdoor pools in backyards or gardens started to proliferate in the 1950s in regions with warm summer climates, particularly in the United States. Private pools are increasingly a feature of homes in greate…
It was a busy weekend and Im appropriately beat as a result. I give you my weekend.. Act I: Swimming Lessons. We kicked off Saturday morning by heading to an indoor pool at the local community center for swimming lessons. For Mia. With the exception of Owen, the rest of us know how to swim. Anyway, the class was a hit. Mia - with my help - swam and kicked and splashed and generally had fun so that was cool. As soon as I entered the pool, I was assaulted with all those sounds and smells of, well, indoor pools which instantly took me back to my own swimming lessons which I distinctly remember being awful, full of chlorinated eyes and swallowed pool water. Mia seems to have had a better experience. Thank god.. Act II: Lebanese Food. We were able to get out on Saturday night for a date. We found ourselves at a Lebanese place and, not knowing what we were getting ourselves into, we ended up ordering much more food than we could possibly eat. But damn was it good. And the Lebanese sure have a way ...
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Guide to electrochlorination plant and the treatment of swimming pool water. The use of chlorine gas as a disinfectant for swimming pool water caused several problems and the UKs Department of the Environment recommended that.
During the ten years between 1989 and 1999, recreational water venues were associated with approximately 170 outbreaks. Of those outbreaks, nearly half res
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Hi, I work at a hotel part time and our pool has recently been switched to an indoor salt water pool. Since the switch I have noticed what I fill is iiproper upkeep from and employee whom doesnt realy know much about pools, indoor for sure. So my questions and they are multiple ones is this. They sanitize with dychlor as well as the salt system, so I assume the cya level is way on up there. Also the water is green but I dont suspect algea although I am probably wrong there. Circualtion
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The Lifeguard Vigilance Training DVD helps ensure lifeguards meet the challenges of staying alert and prepared while on the job. For the first time ever, two videos, Disappearing Dummies: Why Lifeguards Can't See and the Five Minute Scanning Strategy, are combined conveniently on one DVD. World-renowned aquatic safety expert Dr. Tom Griffiths explains the challenges caused by visual body blindness and introduces new techniques to stay more alert and focused while lifeguarding.The first portion of the video features Disappearing Dummies: Why Lifeguards Can't See. In this video, viewers learn how and why it is so difficult to detect bodies on the bottom of swimming pools—even when the water is crystal clear. The straightforward illustration of the phenomenon of visual body blindness is startling, even for viewers with many years of aquatic experience. Based on this evidence, the video introduces and prioritizes bottom sweeps as a way to prevent drowning accidents.In the second portion of the
This thread is a response to this post some of which is quoted below. My spreadsheet (here) does not have the HOCl turn red except when it is low. It stays green at high levels as there is no single number indicating safety, unlike the rough limits for certain bacteria kill rate goals or algae inhibition. So you cant go by any color coding and generally just want to use the minimum amount of active chlorine necessary for your purposes, which usually means the lowest amount needed to
The study involved 40 surf lifeguards, 26 men and 14 women, who participated in two tests. These were later compared with each other. On the first day, the participants carried out CPR for 10 minutes alone on a manikin. Various parameters were measured, including the depth and frequency of chest compression and the volume of ventilation. On the second day, the participants carried out a simulated surf rescue of an unconscious person of weight 80 kg, 100 metres from the shore with the aid of a special type of lifebuoy known as a "torpedo" buoy. The complete rescue procedure was recorded, and the lifeguard again carried out CPR for 10 minutes on a manikin on the beach. "The most important finding was that the extreme exertion during the surf rescue did not affect the capacity of the lifeguards to carry out CPR. This was high during the complete procedure and was just as effective during the 10 minutes independently of whether the lifeguard had previously carried out exertion. The results are, of ...
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The sharp smell of chlorine that is often detected in public water facilities is the result of chemicals that form from chlorine mixing with body oil, sweat and urine. Aside from being unpleasant, high levels of urine can be a potential health hazard. When chlorine reacts with urine it forms a host of potentially toxic compounds called disinfection byproducts.. University researchers point out that this is not about the North American diet and that Ace-K has been detected in peoples urine in China as well, a country that has the same issue with urine in swimming pools.. Ernest Blatchley, an environmental engineer at Purdue University says, "I think you can assume that if people are using your pool, theyre peeing in it." While no one is suggesting people stop swimming, Blatchley does say that the simplest solution is for people to just stop peeing in pools.. "I view it like second hand smoke," Blatchley says. "Its disrespectful and potentially dangerous." He adds that once pee becomes present ...
Swimming in pool water with chlorinated DBPs can cause respiratory ailments. Take these necessary precautions to prevent any health risks.
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Last summer was fun. We spent a lot of time at the beach and at the public pool. The public pool, however, uses both salt water and chlorine to keep the water cleanliness levels under control. It did quite a number on my hair. My hair is fine, and...
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With the summer season just getting underway, among the most critical front-line public health workers in place right now, are lifeguards. The Washington Post recently wrote about the grueling but critical training young lifeguards undergo before theyre allowed to take climb to their posts at Ocean City, Md., a popular beach destination in the Washington region. One veteran lifeguard racked up seventeen rescues in a single day.. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a continually updated website on safe swimming in all types of water including pools, oceans and lakes. CDC also has related resources on preventing illness that can spread through recreational swimming and other water activities.. ...
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Only in South Carolina, there are about 6,000 public pools, as per Robert Yanity, spokesman for the state Department of Health and Environmental Control. DHEC actually issues yearly operating permits for the pools and also performs surprise inspections throughout the summer period.. DHEC however, does not maintain a public online database of swimming pool regulation violators. DHEC conducts three tests on public swimming pools: chlorine and bromine content, pH levels and cyanuric acid levels.. "If all f these chemistry measurements are within the approved levels, the pool should be able to disinfect waste as well as other bacteriological hazards that may pose a risk to swimmers," Yanity said.. "I never heard of any water-borne illnesses around here that have actually been confirmed," said Ryan Smith, crew chief at James Island County Parks Splash Zone and a certified pool operator. "Actually, there is a lot of misinformation. In many cases people will say, I got sick at the pool, but if the ...
In 2002, the granddaughter of former Secretary of State James Baker got trapped by the suction of a drain in a spa and drowned, leading to new federal regulations. The new rules are needed, but they seem to be causing confusion. Backyard pools and spas arent affected, but public pools are. In some cases, pools are being shut down out of fear of lawsuits or because the operators arent sure what they are supposed to do. Some confusion was caused by an attack on the Los Angeles County Health Departments program manager, Bernard Franklin, by an industry trade organization, the Pool Safety Council. The council says Franklins recent public comments are expensively, and even dangerously, wrong. The consequence is that some pool operators in L.A. County are following different rules from, for example, those in Orange County. The Orange County approach is the right one. The new rules require that pools and spas in parks, schools and other public places, including hotels, gyms and residential ...
Robelle Summer and Winter Multi-Purpose Algaecide controls the growth of algae in swimming pools. It prevents algae growth throughout the winter season. Its designed for use in all pools treated with biguanide, chlorine, bromine, salt water or minerals. This product is efficient, economical and stable in use dilution. It is compatible with most chemicals used in pool water and will not damage tile, concrete, metal or plastics. Do not premix with any foreign material, such as soap or other chemicals before application. This product works best when added by itself directly to pool water with the pump running. Wait 15 minutes before entry of swimmers. Pools with heavy growth of algae should be cleaned prior to using this product. Use this product to keep your pool water clear of visible algae and unsightly deposits. It also improves filter operation and reduces the need for other chemicals ...
Experts call for alternative disinfectant for swimming pools. Indoor swimming pools in cities were once a status symbol. Now there are other factors to consider. The cost for the maintenance of swimming pools is enormous. But there is another factor that is not often in the foreground, but certainly plays a role: chlorine - the chemical added to disinfect the water. Chlorine is effective and cheap, but it is toxic and has destroyed the health of many lifeguards and swimmers. In some cities there were staff shortages in the pool, because one lifeguard after another died because of cancer.. A recent report on the health hazards of chlorine in swimming pools:. Swimming in chlorinated indoor or outdoor pools may increase the risk of cancer. Because of this fact a team of researchers has been created by Manolis Kogevinas at the Center for Research in Environmental Epidemiology in Barcelona. The researchers have identified more than 100 chemical intermediates in chlorinated pools. They advise not to ...
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My skin is browning. I have to explain this to my doc when I go in for the yearly poking. One hour a day outside. In the morning fogs too. But I have a tan. Im not supposed to as I now have 90 year old skin from too much sun. All those years of pushing sand and dirt around with a giant broom at an indoor pool left me running for the sun when I got off work. I loved to lay on the beach watching beach volleyball and oggling the lifeguards. They probably laughed at me behind my back, but I had some really good years at the beach ...
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I was suprised by all the negativity towards breastfeeding in a swimming pool. We have a small pool at home (only waist deep) and my 3 year old would live in it if he could. My 10 month old doesnt like the water as much and i often bf him in the pool so he stays happy and his brother can continue to swim. My husband works nights so he is asleep in the afternoon. So if I dont keep baby happy in the water, toddler misses out on swimming because daddy is not awake to watch brother. I never thought twice about it. I would be the same if it was a public pool my son wanted to swim in. There are a lot of reasons to bf in a pool. And for all the its dangerous comments, i would just like to know how? How is it any more dangerous? You are still holding your baby in a swimmkng pool. The only difference now is that he is calm and your boob is out. I just dont see any added danger and no one has pointed out a realistic scenario describing the danger.. ReplyDelete ...
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Originally a rock quarry, the Venetian Pool is situated in a residential area of Coral Gables. Used as a source of coral rock for construction during the early years of Coral Gables, the quarry was later turned into a public pool. Coral Gables Corporation architect Phineas E. Paist and artistic advisor Denman Fink designed a pool inspired by the lagoons of Venice. The Venetian Pool was completed in 1924. The pool is surrounded by several Spanish style buildings, a garden patio and a grotto. The grotto is carved from the coral rock of the quarry walls with waterfalls, a cave and a rock diving platform. Spanning one section of the pool is a Venetian style bridge leading to an artificial island with large palm trees. The terra cotta roof tiles, observation towers and loggias of the pools buildings continue a tradition of Mediterranean-inspired design found throughout Coral Gables ...
Its not like swimming pool water is toxic sludge, pouring out of a culvert and into a river - but it can cause problems when we backwash or drain and clean pools. The problem is not only WHAT we discharge, but its HOW and WHERE we do it that can cause problems. The biggest concern with discharge is that improperly discharged pool water negatively affects the environmental health of streams, and often results in fish kills, and harm to aquatic plants and animals. In Fairfax County, Va., county officials respond to several localized fish kills each spring that are the result of pools being drained for cleaning and maintenance. The water being drained from pools is oxygen-deficient, and discharging it directly into a stream or into a storm drain results in dead fish and the loss of aquatic insects that inhabit the stream system. Erosion of stream banks or flooding of adjacent properties is their next largest concern with swimming pools. ...
By Dr. Mercola Sometimes the evening news reveals something that causes you to worry about that which you never worried before. Such may have been the case when news emerged recently of a huge uptick in the number of diarrhea outbreaks after people went swimming in a public pool and inadvertently swallowed the water. But…
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Take your dog swimming. Cold temperatures may have you dreaming of the sun and surf, so why not let your pet experience a bit of summer with a swim session? At Morris Animal Inn, our indoor pool offers a warm and fun escape from the chilly outdoors. All first time swimmers wear life vests for safety and are closely monitored by our experienced staff, who help pets get a great conditioning workout paddling in the pool. We also have a state-of-the-art aqua massage for a warm, muscle-relaxing soak after a swim ...
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I got an important lesson in remembering how important that the things that arent there can be, and how hard it is to see that theyre not there, and in how inportant the things that we immediately worget can be, and how hard it can be to recall what youve forgotten. The wife and I go swimming at a municipal indoor pool thats not far but a few miles up the road. About halfway there the wife slams on the brakes for no reason apparent to me and then I saw the black fellow dressed in black jaywalking, well jayrunning Its a 40 MPH 4 lane road, lots of traffic. The car in the right lane didnt seem like he saw the fellow until the last second and I thought I was going to get to see a pedestrian popped into the air by a car again. It really was ,, that close. They actually go straight up when they get clobbered by a car at speed, at least the fellow I saw get it did. Thats a decades old memory that I could stand forgetting. Then the wife says why is it the ones that jaywalk are always dressed in ...
I have a mixed feeling on buying a house..Im excited but at the same time I feel scared. Im happy that we found a strategic location to stay in. Im happy that the price is still within our budget. Im happy that I got to stay near my parents and the in laws. Im happy that husband and I are agreeable on why we should stay in a condo as our first house together. Im happy that the condo that we gonna buy has an indoor pool exclusively for female!!!!..hehe. At the same time, I feel scared....I feel scared cos buying a house means youre bound to a new commitment, and it equals to less money for spending. (Iam a loser when it comes to shopping!!) I know that I have to change. Worst thing is, I realized that this disease that I (and most of us) have will only jeopardize our future savings. Pftt ...
Algae are a common problem for pool owners. These microscopic plants come into your pool from rain, wind, or even from the skin and hair of swimmers. What starts as a virtually invisible invader can turn your pool into a slimy green mess overnight, or leave unsightly black, brown or yellow patches on pool surfaces. Luckily, there are ways to head off algae outbreaks. We recommend the regular use of an algaecide to ensure against algae. As listed below, we offer a variety of algae treatments. Check with your ProTeam dealer for the product that is right for you and follow label directions for start-up and maintenance treatments.. ProTeam Prevent - As the name suggests, this excellent algaecide provides an effective defense against algae growth. It is a broad-spectrum algaecide and is non-staining and will not affect the balance of your pool water.. ProTeam Polyquat 60 - This highly concentrated algaecide also provides an effective defense against algae growth. It is non-foaming and ...
Each year, millions of Africans die from waterborne diseases. A waterborne disease is any illness that can be transmitted via water. Examples of waterborne diseases include cholera, typhoid fever, e-coli and cryptospoidiosis.Cholera is a rare intestin...
Chlorine has long had a bad rap for irritating the eyes of swimmers, especially in crowded public pools. As it turns out, however, it's not the chemical itself turning your eyes red after a swim...
The color of pool plaster changes water color. White plaster creates a clean-looking pool while light blue plaster gives the water a clean blue look. A greenish-blue gives the look of natural, clean pond or river water and a dark blue creates the look of natural lake water. Some plasters contain sparkles to make the water look like it is sparkling. Hire a professional to show you exactly how different colors will look once a pool is full of water.. ...
Find discount prices on Calcium Hardness Increaser at InTheSwim.com and helpful on-site resources featuring how-to with customer reviews to help you know the best way to raise or lower calcium hardness levels in your above ground or inground pool.
The La Jolla Light has learned that five lifeguards associated with The Cove have reported skin infections in the past few months. Of the five, four were
Chlorine is supposed to take care of most of the microbes floating around in pools, but human waste, it seems, is stubbornly resistant to being sanitized.
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Water is a well known vehicle for transmitting diseases, the most serious of which come from ingestion typhoid, dysentery and cholera. In addition there are
Swimming pool water should have a balanced chemical and pure water content. In fact, in order to maintain that balance, you are required to clean the swimming pool at least once a week. Not only that, the consideration of good weather, scorching or rain, it can also affect the cleanliness and water content of the pond.. If the swimming pool is not routinely cleaned, it is feared will endanger the health of residents, including irritation of the eyes and also the skin due to fungi. And here are tips on cleaning the pool:. - Set the balance of water content. A good water pool is a water that has a measure of the concentration of hydrogen ions (pH) from the correct solution. Proper pH level means total alkaline and calcium must be balanced. The goal, in order to prevent the formation of crust that can damage the swimming pool equipment. It also prevents irritation of the eyes and skin. The setting also focused on chlorine content ranging from 1.0 to 3.0 ppm. To know the balance of the solvent ...
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The Oregon Health Authority has launched a new web portal that will allow people to easily find inspection reports for food, public pool and lodging facilities, such as restaurants, swimming pools and hotels across Oregon.. The portal is provided as part of a software update to the statewide licensing and inspection system. The site will show semi-annual, biennial and annual routine inspections as well as reinspections. **Please note that there is a 14-day lag from the date of inspection until it is shown on the website ...
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Coliform Standards for Recreational Waters: Progress Report of the Public Health Activities Committee of the Sanitary Engineering Division. Coliform standards are a major public health factor in judging the sanitary quality of recreational waters. There is little, if any, conclusive proof that disease hazards are directly associated with large numbers of coliform organisms. Comprehensive research is recommended to provide data for establishing sanitary standards for recreational waters on a more rational or sound public health basis. British investigations show that even finding typhoid organisms and other pathogens in recreational waters is not indicative of a health hazard to bathers but is only indicative of the presence of these diseases in the population producing the sewage. The Committee recommends that beaches not be closed and other decisive action not be taken because current microbiological standards are not met except when evidence of fresh sewage or epidemiological data would support
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HOT TUB FOLLICULITIS Pseudomonas folliculitis, which may be acquired from communal hot tubs, is caused by Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection. Although they have increased the incidence of folliculitis, hot tubs are often overlooked as a cause. Jacuzzis, therapeutic whirlpools ("whirlpool folliculitis"), public swimming pools, and the use of loofah sponges may also be a source of Pseudomonas infection. Pseudomonas folliculitis has recently been found to occur under diving suits and after wax depilation. Lesions of hot tub folliculitis consist of intensely pruritic or tender follicular papules and/or pustules that are most often found on the trunk (the area covered by a bathing suit). They occur one to three days after bathing in a hot tub, whirlpool, or public swimming pool ...
Primary amoebic meningoencephalitis (PAM) is a rare but fulminant disease leading to diffuse haemorrhagic necrotising meningoencephalitis, and has a very poor prognosis.1 Naegleria fowleri is the causative agent. At Townsville Hospital, our first confirmed case of PAM was an 18-month-old girl from a rural location in North Queensland who presented with fever, seizures and an altered level of consciousness.2 Organisms resembling Naegleria spp. were seen on microscopy of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). Despite aggressive therapy with multiple antimicrobial agents, the patient died within 72 hours of presentation. An older sibling of the patient had presented with a similar syndrome several years earlier and had died of an undifferentiated meningitic illness. The sibling was retrospectively suspected to also have had PAM.2. Our second confirmed patient presented in early 2015. A previously well 12-month-old boy from a nearby West Queensland cattle-farming area had had a 36-hour history of fevers, ...
We examined the effects of chlorine on oocyst viability, under the conditions of controlled pH and elevated calcium concentrations required for most community swimming pools. We found that fecal material may alter the Ct values (chlorine concentration in mg/L, multiplied by time in minutes) needed to disinfect swimming pools or other recreational water for Cryptosporidium parvum.
401 KAR 8:510. Disinfectant residuals, disinfection by-products, and disinfection by-product precursors.. RELATES TO: KRS 224.10-100, 224.10-110, EO 2009-538. STATUTORY AUTHORITY: KRS 224.10-100(28), 224.10-110(2), 40 C.F.R. 141.53, 141.54, 141.64, 141.65, 141.130-141.135, 141.600-141.605, 141.620-141.629, 42 U.S.C. 300f-300j-26, EO 2009-538. NECESSITY, FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY: KRS 224.10-100(28) and 224.10-110(2) require the cabinet to enforce administrative regulations promulgated by the secretary for the regulation and control of the purification of water for public and semipublic use. EO 2009-538, effective June 12, 2009, establishes the new Energy and Environment Cabinet. This administrative regulation establishes the maximum contaminant levels for total trihalomethanes and haloacetic acid five (5) to limit the levels of known and unknown disinfection by-products.. Section 1. (1) A public water system shall meet the requirements established in 40 C.F.R. 141.130 through 141.135, 141.600 ...

Swimming Pools | Molluscum Contagiosum | Pox viruses | CDCSwimming Pools | Molluscum Contagiosum | Pox viruses | CDC

More research is needed to understand if and for how long the molluscum virus can live in swimming pool water and if such water ... Parents and others often ask if molluscum virus can spread in swimming pools. There is also concern that it can spread by ... pool toys, or towels.. Some investigations report that spread of molluscum contagiosum is increased in swimming pools. However ... Therefore, people with open sores or breaks from any cause should not go into swimming pools. ...
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Infections Unlikely to be Spread Through Swimming Pools | Healthy Swimming | Healthy Water | CDCInfections Unlikely to be Spread Through Swimming Pools | Healthy Swimming | Healthy Water | CDC

Infections Unlikely to be Spread by Swimming Pools. Head Lice Head lice are unlikely to be spread through the use of swimming ... Pinworm & Swimming Pinworm infections are rarely spread through the use of swimming pools. Pinworm infections occur when a ... Infections Unlikely to be Spread Through Swimming Pools. Español (Spanish). ... and pin worm are unlikely to be spread through the use of swimming pools. Information about the potential risk for spread of ...
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Swimming Pools & SpasSwimming Pools & Spas

Beyond the functional side of a swimming pool, youll find that pools also have aesthetic benefits. A pool can be like a water ... Featured Resource: Get a Pre-Screened Local Swimming Pool Installation Contractor. Swimming Pools & Spas was last modified: ... The articles listed below will guide you through planning a swimming pool, buying pool equipment, and more. Youll get help ... family barbecues-all are more fun when you have a swimming pool.And, of course, nothing beats a dip in a cool, refreshing pool ...
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Public Swimming PoolsPublic Swimming Pools

... , spas and special use pools are regulated under the authority of Chapter 3749 of ... Public swimming pool vs. private residential pool?. A public swimming pool is defined as any indoor or outdoor structure, ... Guidance to local health district staff for the implementation of the public swimming pool/spa/special use pool regulatory ... Public Swimming Pool and Spa Drowning Prevention Program:. Drowning is the leading cause of unintentional injury deaths in ...
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Category:Swimming pools in England - Wikimedia CommonsCategory:Swimming pools in England - Wikimedia Commons

Media in category "Swimming pools in England". The following 129 files are in this category, out of 129 total. ... Swimming pool on Burnham on Sea beach - geograph.org.uk - 358565.jpg 2,520 × 1,890; 1.56 MB. ... Hexhams new swimming pool under construction - geograph.org.uk - 633068.jpg 640 × 366; 55 KB. ... Swimming Pool near Langney Point, Eastbourne - geograph.org.uk - 66883.jpg 640 × 480; 72 KB. ...
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Swimming Pool Pump Instructions | eHowSwimming Pool Pump Instructions | eHow

Affix a pool hose from the pool filter housing discharge to the pools inlet. This is the hose that allows clean, filtered ... Setting up a pool pump and filter becomes easier with time. (Image: Yasinguneysu/Photodisc/Getty Images). If youre a new pool ... Its best if you take the time to set up and learn to operate the pool filter early. After you set up the pool filter and pump ... Its imperative that you place pool pumps on even ground. The internal moving parts in a pool pump will cause the filter to ...
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Swimming Pool News February 2009Swimming Pool News February 2009

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Recommended swimming pool temperaturesRecommended swimming pool temperatures

Pool water temperatures generally range from 25.6 degrees Celsius to 27. ... A proper swimming pool temperature can enhance the level of a swimmers comfort and enjoyment of a pool, save on energy used ... A proper swimming pool temperature can enhance the level of a swimmers comfort and enjoyment of a pool, save on energy used ... The Smart Energy Design Assistance Center: Energy Smart Tips for Pools * U.S. Department of Energy: Managing Swimming Pool ...
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Swimming pool granuloma: MedlinePlus Medical EncyclopediaSwimming pool granuloma: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia

A swimming pool granuloma is a long-term (chronic) skin infection. It is caused by the bacteria Mycobacterium marinum (M ... A swimming pool granuloma is a long-term (chronic) skin infection. It is caused by the bacteria Mycobacterium marinum (M ... M marinum bacteria usually live in brackish water, unchlorinated swimming pools, and aquarium tanks. The bacteria can enter the ... Swimming pool granulomas can usually be cured with antibiotics. But, you may have scarring. ...
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Flame Retardants & DEET Now in Swimming PoolsFlame Retardants & DEET Now in Swimming Pools

... researchers discover 32 different chemicals in a swimming pool, including flame retardants, caffeine, and DEET. ... researchers discover 32 different chemicals in a swimming pool, including flame retardants, caffeine, and DEET. ... So they tested water from three indoor swimming pools in the US - two public pools used mostly by college students and one pool ... Can Swimming Pools Be Made Safer?. One of the best solutions is NOT to chlorinate your pool and just use a maintenance "shock" ...
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SPN (Swimming Pool News) October 2013SPN (Swimming Pool News) October 2013

Creating a Better Pool. Grander Water Revitalisation has won recognition, step by step in the Swimming Pool and Wellness ... both in the pool and the pool surround atmosphere. There are a number of UV manuafacturers and suppliers for the pool industry ... Aquablanc O2 Gentle is a new Oxygen based system for keeping swimming pools sanitised. the same time it is essential to achieve ... Forward thinking operators of public swimming pools, were some of the earliest users to realise the benefits of Grander Water ...
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Whats really in public swimming pools? | PBS NewsHourWhat's really in public swimming pools? | PBS NewsHour

Eight people died and more than 27,200 people became ill from swimming in contaminated water between 2000 and 2014 , the CDC ... To maintain swimming pools and hot tubs and curb public health problems, the typical U.S. maxim is this: "If a little bit of ... Whats really in public swimming pools?. Health May 23, 2018 3:55 PM EST With summer approaching, public health officials have ... Swimming towels hang from a fence outside a pool at Tompkins Square Park in New York.. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton ...
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Most swimming pools in Bahrain unsafeMost swimming pools in Bahrain 'unsafe'

More than half of swimming pools in Bahrain fail to meet basic safety standards and could be putting lives at risk, according ... Most swimming pools in Bahrain unsafe. Manama, July 3, 2013. More than half of swimming pools in Bahrain fail to meet basic ... According to statistics obtained from visits to swimming pools carried out by inspectors, 28 pools were unlicensed in the ... Swimming pools are officially licensed by the Industry and Commerce Ministry and the Health Ministry, which has the power to ...
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History of Parks Swimming Pools : NYC ParksHistory of Parks' Swimming Pools : NYC Parks

The $1.6 million facility consisted of three pools a wading pool, diving pool, and Olympic-sized swimming pool. ... History of Parks Swimming Pools. Find information about NYCs pools, their hours, and locations at the Pools webpage. ... WPA Pools. There were eleven WPA pools built in 1936:. Astoria Pool, Queens: Opened July 2, 1936, the largest of the eleven WPA ... 1970-72 Pools. With the notable exception of Central Parks multi-purpose Lasker Pool and Rink in 1966, pool construction ...
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Swimming Pools. Challenge #48 in the Objects from Around the World series. Hosted by vqueen. ... Very simple: just submit your best picture of swimming pool(s). Please read the rules carefuly ...
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Swastika Discovered In Brazilian Swimming PoolSwastika Discovered In Brazilian Swimming Pool

Civil police in Brazil were stunned recently when they spotted a giant swastika emblazoned on the bottom of a swimming pool as ... Officials are unable to file any charges against the homeowner, as the swastika and pool are on private property. The owner, ... Giant SWASTIKA spotted in swimming pool of luxury mansion http://t.co/LnElVYwnEu pic.twitter.com/n6bErJcJSs ... the decorations were no less shocking to observers than the swastika found at the bottom of the Brazilian pool. ...
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Township of Irvington, NJ Swimming PoolsTownship of Irvington, NJ Swimming Pools

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Swimming pool cleaner poisoning: MedlinePlus Medical EncyclopediaSwimming pool cleaner poisoning: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia

Swimming pool cleaner poisoning occurs when someone swallows this type of cleaner, touches it, or breathes in its fumes. These ... Swimming pool cleaner poisoning occurs when someone swallows this type of cleaner, touches it, or breathes in its fumes. These ... High doses of chlorine and swimming pool cleaning acids can be very poisonous. Serious damage to the mouth, throat, and stomach ... Below are symptoms of swimming pool cleaner poisoning in different parts of the body. ...
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Commercial Swimming Pools | Aquatic TherapyCommercial Swimming Pools | Aquatic Therapy

Endless Pools are used by the worlds top physicians, physical therapists and athletic trainers for aquatic therapy and low- ... HOME • SITE MAP • SWIMMING POOLS IDEA KIT • USING YOUR ENDLESS POOL • COMMERCIAL SWIMMING POOLS • CUSTOMER TESTIMONIALS ABOUT ... Commercial Pools used by top physicians & physical therapists. Overview Products Therapy Sports Swim/Tri Fitness K9 Government ... Therapy Pool with Positive Outcomes. Endless Pools are used by the worlds top physicians, physical therapists and athletic ...
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Phosphate Levels in Swimming Pools | Garden GuidesPhosphate Levels in Swimming Pools | Garden Guides

The higher the phosphate levels in swimming pools, the harder it is to control algae growth. More chlorine is needed to ... Phosphates are food for plants and when present in swimming pool water, even at low concentrations, they can accelerate algae ... A number of culprits can raise phosphate levels in swimming pools. Most of them are already in or near your pool. Most likely ... thus phosphate levels in swimming pools can rise quickly. Your pool will show symptoms of high phosphate levels such as cloudy ...
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Solar Heating for Swimming Pools and RVsSolar Heating for Swimming Pools and RVs

Solar Pool Heaters. The majority of solar pool heaters work in this way: a pump pumps water from the pool, through a filter to ... Solar Heating for Swimming Pools and RVs. Posted in Solar Power. Do not think that you have to install an entire home solar ... In China the most cost-effective use of solar power is the solar water heater, not for swimming pool, but for shower and ... Heating water for a swimming pool but how about heating water for a RV? Very difficult issue because RVs are strapped for ...
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BBB Business Profile | Mins Swimming Pool ContractorBBB Business Profile | Min's Swimming Pool Contractor

Business Reviews and Ratings for Mins Swimming Pool Contractor in Glendale, CA. ... BBBs Business Profile for Mins Swimming Pool Contractor, ... Mins Swimming Pool Contractor. 23 years in business. 315 ...
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Chinas Olympic Swimming Pool: Redefining Fast : NPRChina's Olympic Swimming Pool: Redefining Fast : NPR

But beyond its futuristic look, the pool is designed for fast times - as swimmers proved Sunday by shattering a dozen records. ... The pool at the Beijing Olympics is called the Water Cube because of its bubbly blue exterior. ... Chinas Olympic Swimming Pool: Redefining Fast The pool at the Beijing Olympics is called the "Water Cube" because of its ... Now the Olympic swimming pool inside may get more attention. A dozen world and Olympic records fell at the pool Sunday, most in ...
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The Uses of Sodium Sulfite in Swimming Pools | eHowThe Uses of Sodium Sulfite in Swimming Pools | eHow

Image: swimming pool image by YN from Fotolia.com). Maintaining water quality in a swimming pool is of utmost important to ... Chlorine levels in swimming pools should fall between 1 ppm and 2 ppm. When potentially hazardous contaminants enter the pool ... How to Use Sodium Carbonate to Raise the PH Level in Swimming Pools The pH of water indicates whether it is basic (pH above 7 ... The Uses of Sodium Sulfite in Swimming Pools By Kate Harris eHow ... Swimming Pools & Spas * The Uses of Sodium Sulfite in Swimming ...
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Germs, Bacteria in Hotel Swimming Pools and Hot TubsGerms, Bacteria in Hotel Swimming Pools and Hot Tubs

The big one is the Crypto parasite, which is tough enough to survive even in properly maintained pools. Follow these smart and ... The CDC released a report revealing that hotel hot tubs and pools account for one in three swimming-related disease outbreaks. ... That Hotel Pool Could Make You Sick. A new CDC report links hotel pools and hot tubs with several serious illnesses. by ... And while hotel pools and hot tubs were the top source of it, the spread of Crypto isnt necessarily the proprietors fault. ...
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  • More research is needed to understand if and for how long the molluscum virus can live in swimming pool water and if such water can infect swimmers. (cdc.gov)
  • Pool water temperatures generally range from 25.6 degrees Celsius to 27.8 degrees Celsius, although there are exceptions to this rule in recommendations for the elderly, in therapeutic applications and for other swimmers. (ehow.co.uk)
  • People who frequent swimming pools have an increased risk of bladder cancer compared to those who do not, 5 and DBPs have even been suggested as partially responsible for the increased risk of melanoma cancer among swimmers. (mercola.com)
  • Having swimmers hose down or shower before entering the pool to wash off soaps, perfumes and dead skin cells may also help keep phosphate levels lower. (gardenguides.com)
  • But beyond its futuristic look, the pool is designed for fast times - as swimmers proved Sunday by shattering a dozen records. (npr.org)
  • But Gaines doubts whether water can actually be altered in a way that would help swimmers swim faster. (npr.org)
  • Maintaining water quality in a swimming pool is of utmost important to ensure the health and safety of swimmers. (ehow.com)
  • Swimmers should not use pools that have chlorine levels in excess of 5 ppm. (ehow.com)
  • Crypto spreads when someone who is sick with the parasite has diarrhea in the pool and other swimmers swallow the contaminated water. (aarp.org)
  • Bacteria P. aeruginosa was also found in 59 percent of pool samples, which indicates contamination from the environment, swimmers or other objects that can transmit microorganisms. (healthcentral.com)
  • Swimmers Guide contains the only international, descriptive directory of publicly-accessible, full-size, year-round swimming pools you will ever need. (swimmersguide.com)
  • So, bathers gradually became swimmers, and bathing pools became swimming pools. (wikipedia.org)
  • Parents were earlier accused of risking the lives of their children by allowing them to play in swimming pools unsupervised because they wanted to protect their modesty from lifeguards. (tradearabia.com)
  • Special swimming pools are also used for diving, specialized water sports, physical therapy as well as for the training of lifeguards and astronauts. (wikipedia.org)
  • Head lice survive by holding onto hair and, although pool chlorine levels do not kill lice, the lice are not likely to let go when a person's head goes under water. (cdc.gov)
  • After decontaminating the pool with these high chlorine levels, adding sodium sulfite will decrease the chlorine concentration to a level safe for swimming. (ehow.com)
  • Chlorine levels in swimming pools should fall between 1 ppm and 2 ppm. (ehow.com)
  • The American Red Cross recommends a temperature of 25.6 degrees Celsius for competitive swimming pools. (ehow.co.uk)
  • Risks include exposure to swimming pools, aquariums, or fish or amphibians that are infected with the bacteria. (medlineplus.gov)
  • With summer approaching, public health officials have a cautionary vacation buzzkill: Public pools are teeming with parasites and bacteria linked to diarrhea and Legionnaire's disease, which in some cases could cause serious illnesses. (pbs.org)
  • The other two illness-causing bacteria in pools do have something to do with maintenance. (aarp.org)
  • The key to preventing diseases from these two germs, the CDC says, is for a hotel, along with any public or private pool operators, to make sure their disinfectant levels prevent bacteria - and the slime it creates - from growing in the first place. (aarp.org)
  • According to the study, 58 percent of public pools in the U.S. had E. coli bacteria, an indicator of the presence of feces. (healthcentral.com)
  • The _E. coli_bacteria are typically found in the guts of warm-blooded organisms, including humans, and can be transferred to the pool if someone does not appropriately wash feces off his or her body before swimming or by actually using the pool as a bathroom. (healthcentral.com)
  • Public swimming pools, spas and special use pools are regulated under the authority of Chapter 3749 of the Ohio Revised Code (ORC) and Chapter 3701-31 of the Ohio Administrative Code (OAC). (ohio.gov)
  • If you already have lice, do not swim or wash your hair within 1-2 days of treating it with anti-lice shampoo - these actions will make the treatment less effective. (cdc.gov)
  • In order to make it a 10 heat the pool and power wash tennis court, paint the lines and vacuum the bocce ball court.The view is great.The yard is great.They advertise HOT TUB. (homeaway.com)
  • Swimming pools shall not be operated by any person until the administrative authority has given formal approval therefor by issuance of an appropriate license. (ecode360.com)
  • No person shall operate a pool whose license therefor is suspended. (ecode360.com)
  • Swimming pools shall not be located and constructed or altered by any person until the Board of Health and Building Subcode Official have given formal approval therefor by issuance of a permit. (ecode360.com)
  • Much the way the movie Jaws had a lot of people thinking twice before going swimming in the ocean, a new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report may make you reconsider a trip to the neighborhood swimming pool. (healthcentral.com)
  • Many health clubs, fitness centers and private clubs, such as the YMCA, have pools used mostly for exercise or recreation. (wikipedia.org)
  • Parents and others often ask if molluscum virus can spread in swimming pools. (cdc.gov)
  • There is also concern that it can spread by sharing swimming equipment, pool toys, or towels. (cdc.gov)
  • Some investigations report that spread of molluscum contagiosum is increased in swimming pools. (cdc.gov)
  • However, it has not been proved how or under what circumstances swimming pools might increase spread of the virus. (cdc.gov)
  • Head lice, MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus ), and pin worm are unlikely to be spread through the use of swimming pools. (cdc.gov)
  • Head lice are unlikely to be spread through the use of swimming pools. (cdc.gov)
  • Pinworm infections are rarely spread through the use of swimming pools. (cdc.gov)
  • The modern Olympic Games started in 1896 and included swimming races, after which the popularity of swimming pools began to spread. (wikipedia.org)
  • If you're a new pool owner, you find that how to operate the pool pump and filter can be confusing. (ehow.com)
  • It's best if you take the time to set up and learn to operate the pool filter early. (ehow.com)
  • The person whose license to operate a swimming pool has been suspended or his representative in charge of the pool shall, at the time such license is suspended, be informed that the license to operate the pool is suspended, the reason for such action and the remedial action to be taken before the suspension may be lifted. (ecode360.com)
  • Speedwell Swimming Baths. (wikimedia.org)
  • In subsequent years, pools were added at the Baruch Baths on 326 Rivington Street (1917), Carmine Street (1928-29), Rutgers Place (ca. 1910s), and East Fifty-Fourth Street (1915). (nycgovparks.org)
  • Taking its inspiration from the floating baths, the Floating Pool Lady appeared in the summer of 2007, docking in the East River at Brooklyn Bridge Park at the foot of Brooklyn Heights. (nycgovparks.org)
  • To protect yourself from head lice at the pool, do not share towels, hair brushes, or other items that come into contact with someone else's hair. (cdc.gov)
  • Swimming towels hang from a fence outside a pool at Tompkins Square Park in New York. (pbs.org)
  • Any decaying leaves or other debris in your skimmer, pool sweep bag or lying on the bottom of the pool will raise phosphate levels. (gardenguides.com)
  • Make sure you are dumping the bag on your pool sweep and emptying the skimmer basket on a daily basis. (gardenguides.com)
  • So the exposure you receive in a swimming pool setting is potentially much more extensive than the exposure you would receive by just one route alone. (mercola.com)
  • For locating and erecting portable artificial wading and swimming pools, a letter of application and a simple plan shall be submitted to the Board of Health for approval. (ecode360.com)
  • Ancient Greeks and Romans built artificial pools for athletic training in the palaestras, for nautical games and for military exercises. (wikipedia.org)
  • It recommends always taking a shower before swimming if you (or a child) are suffering from diarrhea to ensure that it has been fully washed off your body. (healthcentral.com)
  • Stunning sports area with swimming pool (7x14 m )equipped with deckchairs and sun loungers, changing room with shower and toilet, regular size tennis court in concrete, soccer field,'bocce' field and fenced pond. (homeaway.com)
  • The Topline ultra violet treatment system is highly configurable and the company have supplied units for local authority pools, hotel and school pools, escape training tanks and recently for Legoland, Thorpe Park and Chessington World of Adventures. (yudu.com)
  • Asser Levy (built in 1908 and then called the 'East Twenty-third Street Pool') and Recreation Center 59 (built in 1906 and then called the 'West Sixtieth Street Pool') both offered proper pools. (nycgovparks.org)
  • The first swimming pool to go to sea on an ocean liner was installed on the White Star Line's Adriatic in 1906. (wikipedia.org)
  • See for yourself why Endless Pools has become the most popular provider of resistance pools in the world and why top rehab & wellness professionals use it to maximize their rehabilitation and fitness results. (endlesspools.com)
  • In fact, new technology lately has focused on high-tech swimming suits that decrease resistance. (npr.org)
  • These rules do not pertain to private residential pools. (ohio.gov)
  • Public swimming pool vs. private residential pool? (ohio.gov)
  • A private residential pool is one located at a dwelling housing no more than three families and used exclusively by the residents and their non-paying guests. (ohio.gov)
  • Nasser said the majority of pools being illegally rented out to the public were located in private farms. (tradearabia.com)
  • Legislation was introduced in 1999 that requires pools in private residences to undergo safety inspection before they can be rented out. (tradearabia.com)
  • Officials are unable to file any charges against the homeowner, as the swastika and pool are on private property. (inquisitr.com)
  • A swimming pool constructed on the property owned by any individual and maintained for his private use. (ecode360.com)
  • update on swimming pool rash I just wanted to update this as another member send me a private message. (medhelp.org)
  • Roman emperors had private swimming pools in which fish were also kept, hence one of the Latin words for a pool was piscina. (wikipedia.org)
  • It's imperative that you place pool pumps on even ground. (ehow.com)
  • Because pool pumps operate in a vacuum environment, you have to let the air that is trapped in the filter system out. (ehow.com)
  • It's really important not to swim if you're ill with diarrhea or if your kid is ill with diarrhea. (pbs.org)
  • A proper swimming pool temperature can enhance the level of a swimmer's comfort and enjoyment of a pool, save on energy used for heating and operating, and minimise cleaning and maintenance efforts. (ehow.co.uk)
  • If you are a pool or hot tub operator and would like more information on how to properly disinfect your facility and prevent MRSA from spreading, visit the Cleaning and Disinfecting Athletic Facilities for MRSA and the Cleaning and Disinfecting Laundry for MRSA pages. (cdc.gov)
  • Any incident associated with a public swimming pool or spa facility that results in death, serious injury, or assistance from emergency medical personnel shall be reported to the licensor within seventy-two hours following the incident. (ohio.gov)
  • The facility provided an instant seven-lane 25-meter-long pool for visitors, who also could enjoy volleyball on a 40,000-square-foot manmade beach. (nycgovparks.org)
  • You're hard-pressed to find a better workout than a hearty swim. (hometips.com)
  • Beyond the functional side of a swimming pool, you'll find that pools also have aesthetic benefits. (hometips.com)
  • Find information about NYC's pools, their hours, and locations at the Pools webpage . (nycgovparks.org)
  • Because professor Huang had already developed an analytical method, which is a non-trivial effort, we thought, 'Why not use it and see what we find in swimming pools? (purdue.edu)
  • There is no resource available in any format that has so much useful information about so many pools as you'll find on this web site. (swimmersguide.com)
  • Historically, Ohio has not systematically collected detailed information on public swimming pool-related injuries or deaths. (ohio.gov)
  • Recognizing the usefulness of this information for preventing drowning incidents, the Ohio Department of Health has initiated the Public Swimming Pool and Spa Drowning Prevention Program to determine the frequency and circumstances of these occurrences and to identify opportunities to prevent serious injuries in the future. (ohio.gov)
  • Injuries are to be reported using the "Ohio Public Swimming Pool and Spa Injury Report Form" (HEA 0203) . (ohio.gov)
  • The oldest known public swimming pool in America, Underwood Pool, is located in Belmont, Massachusetts. (wikipedia.org)
  • Hvalsa said she still swims frequently and usually brings along her two toddlers, but she said she takes precautions and checks a pool's inspection scores just as she would a restaurant's inspection grade from the local health department. (pbs.org)
  • Swimming pools are officially licensed by the Industry and Commerce Ministry and the Health Ministry, which has the power to order their closure. (tradearabia.com)
  • The license of any person to operate a swimming pool may be suspended at any time when in the opinion of the administrative authority or its authorized agent such action is necessary to abate a present or threatened menace to public health. (ecode360.com)
  • Waves churned up during races don't bounce back into the swimming lanes. (npr.org)
  • Educational facilities such as universities typically have pools for physical education classes, recreational activities, leisure or competitive athletics such as swimming teams. (wikipedia.org)
  • ASHRAE recommends that recreational pools be kept between 75 and 85 degrees with an air temperature maintained within the same range. (ehow.co.uk)
  • Setting up a pool pump and filter becomes easier with time. (ehow.com)
  • After you set up the pool filter and pump the first time and understand how it works, it will become easier to maintain and troubleshoot. (ehow.com)
  • The internal moving parts in a pool pump will cause the filter to vibrate and become unstable if placed on unlevel ground. (ehow.com)
  • When connecting the pump discharge to the pool filter housing, apply two layers of plumber's tape on the male end of the connection. (ehow.com)
  • If the pressure readings increase by eight points or more, it's time to clean your pool filter and clear the pool pump basket. (ehow.com)
  • Now the Olympic swimming pool inside may get more attention. (npr.org)
  • A dozen world and Olympic records fell at the pool Sunday, most in preliminary heats. (npr.org)
  • It's by far the fastest pool in the world," says Rowdy Gaines, an Olympic medalist and swimming commentator for Olympic broadcaster NBC. (npr.org)
  • In-ground pools are most commonly constructed from materials such as concrete, natural stone, metal, plastic or fiberglass, and can be of a custom size and shape or built to a standardized size, the largest of which is the Olympic-size swimming pool. (wikipedia.org)
  • If 75 percent of Americans excrete flame retardants in their urine, then perhaps that is responsible for the levels found in pools as well. (mercola.com)
  • The higher the phosphate levels in swimming pools, the harder it is to control algae growth. (gardenguides.com)
  • A number of culprits can raise phosphate levels in swimming pools. (gardenguides.com)
  • thus phosphate levels in swimming pools can rise quickly. (gardenguides.com)
  • Organic decomposition is one of the biggest culprits for raising phosphate levels in swimming pools. (gardenguides.com)
  • It's unclear just how much flame-retardant and other chemical exposures may be coming from swimming pools, but it deserves a closer look, especially if you spend a lot of time swimming in pools. (mercola.com)
  • That's because this kind of parasite is tough enough to survive even in properly maintained pools. (aarp.org)