Health Advice


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Health Advice 1 Before you go swimming, if you feel unwell, vomit or have symptoms of fever, diarrhoea, flu, red-eye disease or skin infection, it is advisable to refrain from swimming and consult your doctor promptly.
Health Advice 2 Elderly swimmer should have a periodic body check.
Health Advice 3 Medical advice should be sought in case of itchy skin, eye irritation, cough, breathing difficulties or other discomfort after swimming.
Health Advice 4 Sunbathers are advised to take the following measures to protect eyes and skin from UV radiation:
  Health Advice 4-1 Wear a suncap.
  Health Advice 4-2 Wear a clean white T-shirt on top of the swimming suit.
  Health Advice 4-3 Wear UV-absorbing sunglasses.
  Health Advice 4-4 Avoid exposure to sunlight for long periods of time.
  Health Advice 4-5 Use a sunscreen lotion of sun protection factor 15 or above; reapply frequently.