Wayne Yankus
Wayne Yankus asks:
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Have swimming pool owners of salt water pools noticed a difference in skin and ear infections in their child users from the traditional chlorine pools

Salt water pools have become the newest item in home pools. Maintenance is different but temperatures remain the same and they collect rain water. pediatricians may have noticed fewer skin issues this year from swimming. Is it the pool change?
In Topics: Physical Health
> 60 days ago

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kingsleypain
kingsleypain writes:
Yes, I really think it is the pool change because observations have been made that people who live near the sea show lower risk of being infected with a skin disease. Moreover, when one attracts a skin disease, the disease heals  faster if the person takes regular baths in the sea so I think that salt does good in healing skin diseases.
> 60 days ago

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TaraLawful
TaraLawful writes:
Well, salt water can be different too. The quality of water, salt level, cleanness etc. If you want your kids to have a good time and not regret pool activities later, be sure to pay attention to these details. Also don't forget about the temperature of water. I think that the best is to use natural heating methods like solar power. Here is a great article that might help pool owners.

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