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Identifying Swimming Induced Pulmonary Edema

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Swimming induced pulmonary edema (SIPE) may occur in healthy subjects during or immediately after swimming and exercise. It is characterized by an acute onset cough which may be accompanied by difficulty breathing, chest tightness and frothy red sput...
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Andrea Marshall Named Scuba Diving Magazine's Sea Hero of the Year

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Andrea Marshall is surprisingly modest, for royalty. Affectionately dubbed “queen of the mantas” for her championing of the mantas of Mozambique and beyond, Marshall was “speechless and completely humbled” on learning that a panel of judges from Scub...
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How Hurricane Irma Radically Shifted South Florida Wrecks

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Ancient Mariner Type: USCG cutter | Length: 165 ft. (50.5 m) | Tonnage: 337 GRT | Construction: Point Pleasant, West Virginia, 1934 | Sunk: June 9, 1991 Blue skies, clear sailing and maybe a minute to toast their first official release. That’s what t...
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Lost WWII letters recovered to tell stories after 70 years

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By Doloresz Katanich - Living it Over 700 personal letters were by chance preserved in an airlock onboard the SS Gairsoppa as it sank to the bottom of the Atlantic in 1941. A selection of those is now going on show in London. The exhibit in London's ...
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