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CDC at Work: Healthy Swimming

The Healthy Swimming Program works to protect the health of swimmers and aquatics staff by:

  1. Studying recreational water illnesses (RWIs) and how to prevent the spread of the germs that cause them
  2. Studying pool chemical–associated health events and how to prevent them
  3. Communicating study results to the public, state and local public health colleagues, aquatics staff, and lawmakers

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