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When You Swim This Summer, Swim Healthy!

When most people think about concerns related to swimming during summertime, drowning, diving injuries, and sunburns come to mind. However, few people think about getting sick from germs found in contaminated water.

Be ahead of the crowd. Learn more about recreational water illnesses (RWIs) and how to protect yourself and your family when swimming.


Swimming, one of the most popular activities in the country, is a fun, active, and healthy way to spend leisure time. Every year, millions of people visit “recreational water” sites, such as swimming pools, water parks, hot tubs, lakes, rivers, or the ocean.

Over the past century, the use of modern disinfection systems in pools and environmental improvements in our lakes, rivers, and oceans has improved the quality of recreational water. Despite this, there has been an increase over the past decade in the number of outbreaks of illness associated with swimming.

This Web site provides information for swimmers, pool operators, and public health professionals to improve the swimming experience by raising awareness about the spread of recreational water illnesses (RWIs). Practicing "Healthy Swimming" behaviors should reduce the risk of getting ill. Click on the links below to learn more about RWIs.


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