Other stories by Kendra Kozen

  • Respected Swim Coach Under Investigation

    Respected Swim Coach Under Investigation

  • Is Aquatics Out of Economic Woods?

    Is that … ? Could it be … light at the end of what has been a long and gloomy economic tunnel?

  • Dangerous Maneuvers

    Chances are, you’ve heard of the Heimlich maneuver. Since Dr. Henry Heimlich first introduced it in 1974, the abdominal thrust technique known as the “Heimlich maneuver” has become part of the popular lexicon, synonymous with saving lives.

  • Research Roundup

    Here’s a look at what a variety of journals have published in relation to using the Heimlich maneuver in drowning rescues.

  • ADA Lift Ruling Under Fire

    On the heels of a U.S. Department of Justice interpretation of the Americans with Disabilities Act restricting use of portable lifts, several industry organizations and manufacturers are banding together to challenge the decision

  • Government Grants ADA Compliance Extension

    Responding to concerns from pool industry experts and a hotel/ lodging industry coalition, the White House issued a 60-day extension for compliance with requirements under the Americans with Disabilities Act

  • CPSC Takes Firmer Hand in VGB Testing

    With a new certification standard in place and swim season coming, the Consumer Product Safety Commission is instituting strict new drain cover testing procedures

  • NDPA Poised for Growth

    The National Drowning Prevention Alliance held its 2012 National Drowning Prevention Symposium last week, and organization leaders have announced big plans for continued expansion

  • Pricing, Service Still Vex Red Cross Providers

    Some Red Cross providers remain frustrated with costs and customer service despite lower learn-to-swim fees announced in February

  • Top Swimmers’ Lung Damage May Be Linked to Chlorine

    A new study shows competitive swimmers training at indoor chlorinated pools may have lungs similar to people with mild asthma