Other stories by Rin-rin Yu

  • Red Cross Launching New Lifeguarding Programs

    The American Red Cross is releasing a new line of updated lifeguard courses this fall, which requires aquatics professionals to be retrained on new guidelines and procedures.

  • Surfing USA

    The Beach Boys had the concept in the 1960s: If everybody had an ocean, everybody would be surfing.

  • Air Sickness

    The high school swim team was the first to notice.

  • Endless Summer

    The lazy river outside might have slowed to a complete stop and children may have replaced their sunscreen with schoolbooks, but Sally Brindle’s work doesn’t end when the traditional swim season does.

  • The Price Is Right

    Ron Vitkun wanted to add more to his campground. Already, his Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park in Hagerstown, Md., had a heated pool and a kiddie pool, but no exciting rides.

  • A Matter of Maturity

    Robin Patrick is anxiously searching for qualified lifeguards.

  • Woodsy Waterparks

    Activities now available at your local campgrounds: floating down lazy rivers, rafting into unknown caverns, jumping down tumbling falls, scrambling through grottos and splashing away summer days by the riverbank

  • New York Approves Crypto Class Action Lawsuit

    Victims of the Seneca Lake spraypark cryptosporidium outbreak in Geneva, N.Y., now may join a class action suit against the state for monetary compensatio

  • Palin, DPD Inventor, Dies

    A . Tom Palin, Ph.D., a British chemist and bacteriologist of water testing, recently passed away.

  • California Adopts Heat Safety Rule

    Hoping to avoid last year’s wave of heat-related deaths, the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health has approved the nation’s first permanent heat stress safety regulations, following an emergency provision put in place last September.