You might get athletes foot from walking in locker rooms, or swimming in contaminated swimming pools.
Yes. We had a 6 foot snake swimming in ours once.
I am not an expert but from personal experience I can say that they can. We had a 10 foot concrete pool with a 6 foot tile block fence and found a 6 foot snake swimming in our pool one day.
It is spread by direct contact of the infected area.
No, fly's do not go near swimming pools and step on the ground because they can fly :D
This happens but then rarely. When the carrier or the patient defecates in the swimming pool, this is possible.
Hand, foot and mouth disease (coxsackievirus disease) can cause a rash on the buttocks and groin. It's not "spread" there by the patient, but is a natural outcome of the disease.
The minimum depth of the shallow end of a competitive swimming pool is around 4 feet. There are pools in some places that are 25 feet deep. Other pools, such as a baby pool, are around 1 foot deep at times.
Fifth's Disease is known as the hand, foot and mouth disease. This is an infectious condition that is easily spread by children.
No. According to the CDC: "Hand, foot, and mouth disease is often confused with foot-and-mouth disease (also called hoof-and-mouth disease), a disease of cattle, sheep, and swine. However, the two diseases are caused by different viruses and are not related."
No. There is no organism involved in the transmission of athlete's foot. Transmissions take place in moist environments where people walk barefoot, e.g., showers, swimming pools, etc
Athlete's foot is caused by a fungal infection. It causes the skin to flake and makes it itchy. Athlete's foot is spread by the skin coming into contact with an infected area such as in an indoor swimming pool. It is also spread by using a towel that has been used by an infected person.
trench foot also trench mouth was a major killer
they all had 5000 foot mansions and heated hot tubs and swimming pools, they also had badays
Hand, foot and mouth disease is spread through unhygienic practices amongst the children. Below three years of age, you may not be able to teach them hygiene.
Depends on the disease, but I wouldn't suggest it answer would be go see a doctor.
All of the wading pools I have ever seen in over 20 years in the swimming pool business are very small compared to swimming pools. A wading pool is typically for small children. In general the pools are one foot or less in depth and anywhere from 6 feet to 10 feet circular or in a square. You cannot swim in a normal wading pool. A swimming pool generally starts at 2 and 1/2 feet to 3 feet in depth and goes to 6 feet or 8 feet. You can swim in a swimming pool because you have enough depth of the water to do so.
Snorkels are most commonly used when swimming. As they are only approximately one foot long, they can provide air up to one foot below the surface for pools and other shallow bodies of water.
Athlete's foot is caused by ringworm fungus. It thrives in wet, warm areas and many common exercise facilities like swimming pools, locker rooms, gym floors, etc.
You would measure the swimming pools length, width and depth to determine how many cubic feet of water is in the swimming pool. Length x Width x depth = cubic feet. Then measure the mass of 1 cubic foot of water by building a box 1'x1'x1'. Once you know the mass of 1 cubic foot of water - you'll know the mass of the water in the swimming pool.
They are to inform the swimmer how deep the water is. It is always good to know the depth for safety reasons. It is not a good idea to dive into a 3 foot deep pool.
Yes, in fact it usually does if not treated. It can spread through your whole body but tends to end in the genitals. If not treated penis' will start to grow out of your abdominal area.
Bob put his foot in his mouth.