Squid are fascinating sea critters. They’re colorful, playful and can be found throughout the world’s oceans. Learn more about the inky squid.
Tabata workouts are quick and effective. In just four minutes, you can greatly boost your cardio aerobic and muscular health. Learn more about Tabata training and score a great workout.
Blue Heron Bridge in Florida has a wide diversity of sea critters that thrive in these waters. It’s a place loved by new and seasoned divers. Learn more about diving “the bridge.”
Plankton are fascinating critters and are critical in keeping our oceans healthy. There is wide diversity amongst plankton. Learn more about plankton.
DAN saved a person’s life when a local hyperbaric chamber facility refused service. Putting their hands and full trust into DAN, they were thankfully able to get life-saving treatments somewhere else. Read more about this DAN member.
Expedition diving varies, but ultimately, they are complex adventures that require months of preparations and a team of dedicated individuals. Learn more about expedition diving.
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.
What does a culture of dive safety look like in today’s recreational diving? Read one expert’s thoughts as he dissects an ideal safety culture.
Komodo National Park is brimming with critters — both above and below the water. One diver calls it a “wonderland.” Read more about diving the breathtaking Komodo.
When emergency response is made as accessible and efficient as possible, it’s much easier for divers to embrace the culture of dive safety. Divers are more apt to remind each other to be cautious and to watch out for each other with increased vigilance.