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DAN – Avoiding Seasickness

“If you start to feel ill, do not go below to the marine head; that’ll make everything worse. Just go to the...

Scuba-Clause’s – Ten Wish List Items

"Scuba-Clause” is all about safe and enjoyable diving in 2020. He knows many divers have gear so old it could be featured...

The Mammalian Dive Reflex and Freediving Safety

Depth record for sperm whales: 7,380 feet Depth record for elephant seals: 7,835 feet Depth record for humans: 702...

2019 Registration Open for NAUI Workshops at DEMA Show

ARTICLE BY TIM WILLIAMS, NAUI MARKETING Registration is now open for NAUI Worldwide’s exhibitor-sponsored workshops and seminars at DEMA...

Dive Safety – KEEPING YOUR COOL

The warm, red-brown water faded to black as the two divers descended feet-first toward the river bed. Armed with screwdrivers, mesh bags...

DIVERS ALERT NETWORK STANDARDIZES GLOBAL FIRST AID TRAINING PROGRAMS

As Divers Alert Network® (DAN®) endeavors to advance safe diving worldwide, efforts to enhance the services available in the Asia-Pacific region are well underway. Over...

DAN – Emergency Action Plans

Why You Need to Create a Personal EAP After you’ve sprinted to your gate and experienced the sweet relief of making...

DAN Board Chair Kathy Weydig Selected as Beneath the Sea Diver...

Divers Alert Network® (DAN®) congratulates Captain Kathy Weydig, the chair of its board of directors, for being selected as Beneath the Sea’s Diver of...

DAN – Diving at Night

The ocean is a mystifying place, and when the sun goes down, the allure only intensifies. At night, the ocean more closely resembles...

Immersion Pulmonary Edema – What You Need to Know

As the number of divers in their retirement years increases, immersion pulmonary edema (IPE) has begun to move into the focus of dive safety researchers. Also called swimming induced pulmonary edema (SIPE), the condition may occur in young and health swimmers, but the risk increases with age and age-related health changes. While IPE may be fatal, divers who are able to recognize symptoms early and exit the water often have good outcomes, and spontaneous improvements are common. Here’s what you need to know about IPE.
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