Hidden beneath the surface of public swimming pools, the dangerous possibilities of water-born diseases are lurking.
For many people, a trip to the neighborhood pool may not seem like a health hazard waiting to happen. We go so far as to trust that the chlorine in the pool is taking care of the harmful bacteria present and dangers to our health. As it turns out, pool chemicals may not be 100% effective at eliminating the risks of public swimming. Several types of water-borne bacteria are able to outlive the harsh chemicals and make a negative impact on our personal wellness.
Crypto is a germ that is one of the main causes of RWI (recreational water illness) which causes diarrhea in the affected persons. Anyone can be affected by Crypto, however those most likely affected are children, the elderly, and pregnant women.
How is it spread?