Vertigo when scuba diving means a strange spinning sensation, despite being mostly static in the water. How can you prevent it?
What is the Dunning-Kruger effect, and what role does this condition play in dive incidents and accidents?
Diving is perfectly safe for most of us as we get older, but there are some things to keep in mind when it comes to scuba diving and old age.
The most common scuba diving-related injury is ear barotrauma. Why does it happen, and how can you avoid it?
Nothing can ruin a day on a dive boat faster than that queasy feeling. Here are a few of our top tips to avoid seasickness next time you’re on the water.
These top five pieces of dive safety equipment can help make your dives more comfortable, stress-free and, potentially, save the day.
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?
Prevention is always better than the cure, but accidents do happen. Here are five common tropical marine life injuries and how to treat them.
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.
Clenching a regulator combined with pressure underwater can mean dental problems and scuba diving go hand in hand.
Many people suffer from chronic or intermittent back pain, but this needn’t be a barrier to scuba diving if the right precautions are taken.
In late October, nonprofit organization Dive into the Pink held the first of three 2016 scuba events to benefit investigation of diver health among breast cancer survivors.
Counting calories is one of the ways we measure our fuel intake vs. our energy expenditure. Why does it matter for divers?
Although burpees aren’t anyone’s favorite exercise (no kidding), incorporating them into a dive-fitness routine can offer a quick total-body workout.
The dog days of summer are upon us. Exercising with your canine companion is not only a good way to spend time together, it can also improve your dive fitness.
Eating healthy can be challenging at summer barbecues when side dishes can include potato salad, pasta salad and chips. Add grilled fruit and veggies to your dive diet to cut calories.
Getting the most out of each breath is key when it comes to enjoying long bottom times. Strengthening your abdominal muscles can help you do just that.
For those times when we just can’t submerge, divers need a little something to remind them of the sea. Check out this recipe for a refreshing spritzer to get you through the dry days.