Can an individual with hepatitis C dive? Our experts answered questions pertaining to the condition.
Scientific research will propel dive medicine into the future creating a safer sport. Advances in cancer research and other diseases can help dive medicine specialists treat and cure dive maladies like decompression sickness.
The physical fitness requirements for diving depend on a number of factors. How can you evaluate your physical fitness? Learn more about a practical approach.
As marijuana legalization increases throughout the United States, it is important to see how marijuana use could potentially impact a diver’s abilities.
CPR is a vital tool in saving a life, but the guidelines change about every five years. DAN experts discuss the changing CPR requirements and techniques. Learn more about how to perform life-saving CPR.
A culture of safety in diving is incredibly important as it keeps incidents and accidents down, and fosters a learning culture. Read more about the importance of putting safety first, and how it could change the industry and sport.
Even well-experienced divers are still subject to risk, as many incidents are caused by them going beyond their experiences and training. Read more from our experts on the measurement of experience.
What are the real concerns with children and diving? Our experts discuss this often controversial topic to find out how well children can handle the pressure.
Could the implementation of a deep stop stave off decompression sickness. Learn more about the deep stop and DAN experts weigh in.
Asthma affects smokers — of tobacco and marijuana — differently. Asthma also impacts divers. Read more about the link between asthma and smoking.