Swimming pools and natural bathing places : an annotated bibliography, 1957-1966
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Swimming pools and natural bathing places : an annotated bibliography, 1957-1966

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      Public Health Service publication
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      Swimming continues to be one of the most popular of aquatic outdoor activities for today’s physical-fitness and recreation-minded population. This is reflected in the steady increase of swimming pool construction which in 1964 was at a rate of 80,000 pools annually.

      Public health officials have been concerned with sanitation and safety problems involving swimming and bathing. The construction and operation of swimming pools and outdoor bathing places should provide an environment of safe water and attractive facilities for adequate protection against disease transmission and to prevent accidents.

      This bibliography is intended for use by health and recreation authorities and others responsible for the construction, operation, and maintenance of swimming pools and natural bathing places. This initial publication covers the 1957-66 period. Plans are to update the series at 2-year intervals.

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