In Too Deep?

Can new drowning-prevention technologies save more lives?


As the U.S. population ages, recreation managers are finding a record number of retirees running, lifting weights and swimming laps in their facilities. Men and women are exercising well into old age, and often push themselves as hard as they ever did when younger. But such practices, while beneficial from a health standpoint, leave aquatic facility operators with a paradoxical problem - how to promote fitness and longevity through swimming, while at the same time guarding against potentially expensive legal consequences in the event of a swimmer's injury or death in their pools.

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