Be aware of the dangers of sandcastles - sand vacations have a higher risk of diarrhea and gastrointestinal diseases than those who do not sand.The greatest danger is to those who play with the sand. Sand on the beach may be contaminated with litter - this is the first study that links different activities in the sand to disease.Chris Heaney, a doctoral student and associate professor of epidemiology at the University of North Carolina analyzed more than 27,000 people who participated in a national epidemiologic and environmental study on seven beaches and freshwater beaches each year. People were asked what they had been up to and how long they had been playing in the sand, and two weeks later they had been asked about possible illness.
There are also dangers to sandingPeople playing in the sand and playing the sand have experienced gastrointestinal symptoms in 13 percent, while 23 percent have been buried in the sand. In addition to this, our beaches also have exacerbations, tinnitus, wound infections, eye infections, and upper respiratory disease. Wash hands after sanding or use disinfectant. The study was published online in the American Journal of Epidemiology.Also read these:
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