You play it safe, so how can a young child drown in the pool? Researchers have discovered several common circumstances of at-home drownings.
A cheap or poorly-designed swimsuit can make you look bigger or older than you really are. Here's how to choose fashionable swimwear that fits and flatters.
Find out about ISR's Self-Rescue swimming lessons - a method that teaches young kids how survive in the water, and how to get themselves to safety.
Some vacationers ignore 'no swimming' signs. But should those avoiding the water be wary of the sand, too?
The kind of pelvic girdle pain that's so common during pregnancy may be able to be avoided if you start off right before you conceive.
Do you love to swim, but hate the smell and other problems that come from a chlorinated pool? Well, natural swimming pools might be the answer for you.
Want to do have an easier, less-painful birth experience? One totally natural thing you might try is something so simple: a gentle water workout.
If you are planning a beach vacation, you've probably wondered: Should you be worried about sharks? How common are shark attacks?
People have long thought that the rough skin of sharks may give them a swimming boost, and now scientists have made the first realistic faux shark skin.
Does your sunscreen have you covered? You're just wasting your money - and risking your skin's health - unless you're applying it the right way.
As summer lures millions of people back to the water to beat the heat, make sure you're aware of the most common swimming injuries - and how to avoid them.
Do you love to swim, but hate the smell and eye burn you get every time you jump into a chlorinated pool? A natural swimming pool might just be the answer.
Every summer, story after story appears on the news about a child drowning (or nearly-drowning), and moms and dads start to worry: What would happen if my child fell in a pool? When you're a parent who lives...
Children ages 1 to 4 appear to have a lower risk of drowning if they have taken formal swimming lessons Between 2000 and 2005, 6,900 children younger than 20 died of non-boating-related drowning, according to ...
People with epilepsy appear to have a much higher risk of drowning compared to people without epilepsy This information is according to a study published in the August 19, 2008, issue of Neurology, the medical...
Drowning can occur in any liquid or body of water - a pool or a puddle, bathtub or bucket. But even after someone who nearly drowned is pulled from the water, they're not necessarily safe.
Here's what to watch out for to avoid the risk of infection from tainted swimming pools.