Category: Health

seasickness
Health In the Water

Coping with Seasickness

Seasickness on a dive boat (or underwater) is no fun. Why does it happen, and what’s the best way to prevent it or deal with it if you do feel sick?

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Health In the Water

Five Common Tropical Marine Life Injuries

Prevention is always better than the cure, but accidents do happen. Here are five common tropical marine life injuries and how to treat them.

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Shark Diving Tips
Health In the Water

Top Shark Diving Tips

Diving with sharks is at the top of many, if not all, divers’ bucket lists. Here are 10 tips to help you have a safe, and fun, encounter with the ocean’s apex predator.

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Dental Problems and Scuba Diving
Health In the Water

Study Connects Dental Problems and Scuba Diving

Clenching a regulator combined with pressure underwater can mean dental problems and scuba diving go hand in hand.

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New stuff

Coral Biology: Part I

It’s easy to think of corals as the background on your dives, but if you learn about coral biology, you’ll be amazed at the diversity in front of your eyes.
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Macro Diving in Sydney Harbor

Although it’s most famous for the iconic Opera House, the macro diving in Sydney Harbor holds at least as much appeal underwater. 
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Cave Diving in Kilsby’s Sinkhole

Until 2016, cave diving in Kilsby’s Sinkhole in South Australia was strictly off limits to all but a few. The rules have since changed, but controversy still surrounds this remote dive site.
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Scuba Diving in Milne Bay

Scuba diving in Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea takes some advanced planning, but the rewards are well worth it.
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