Swimming can cause caner

Updated: Sep 17


Swimming in chlorinated water can damage your D.N.A. – according to reports from across the world. As swimmers enter the water without washing, chlorine reacts with sweat and other bodily excretions producing chemicals that can permanently affect the D.N.A and cause cancer. Swimming is good for us, but cleanliness is essential. Wild swimming in the pure waters of the great outdoors certainly has its advantages… more.


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