Rebreather diving can be tricky for recreational divers especially in terms of relearning buoyancy control. Rebreather diving also does not change the amount of gas in the system, but simply moves the volume of gas back and forth. Learn more about how one rec diver learnt rebreather diving.
Oxygen toxicity has been known for years, but researchers are still understanding its causes and mechanisms. Learn more about oxygen toxicity, including who is at risk, effects on the nervous system and more.
DAN® medics answer your questions about dive medicine.
Checklists may be the missing tool to safer diving. Checklists are used in other fields, not just diving, like aviation and surgery. Read more about the history and importance of checklists.
The Red Sea is a classic dive destination — a must-see locale regardless of where you live. The Red Sea has a rich variety of sea critters, landscapes, wrecks and more. Learn more about the Red Sea and how to dive it.
A scientific diver, participating in training exercises with her team, became overheated and called off the dive. Read more about the incident, diagnosis, treatment and more.
Yap is the place to go for manta ray sightings. But Yap also is home to other great marine critters including mola mola, sharks and more. Learn more about traveling and diving in Yap.
A dive photo instructor witnessed a diver perform a rapid, uncontrolled ascent to the surface. Thankfully, the dive instructor’s rescue training came in handy. Read more about the incident.
Antarctica’s Ross Sea is one of the least-impacted marine ecosystems in the world today. Read more about the Ross Sea and its inhabitants who are well suited for the frigid climates and conditions.
Amos Nachoum is an accomplished dive and marine photographer. Read more about how Nachoum became interested in the intersection of diving and photography.