DAN medics and researchers answer your questions about dive medicine.
Flowing into the Indian Ocean, the Red Sea is a vast body of water and is an oasis of marine beauty. View this photo diary and get inspired by the Red Sea.
Tasmania is marketed as a place “like nowhere else on Earth” — and that is no exaggeration. Read one diver’s experiences of diving and exploring Tasmania.
Norway’s coast and the northward Norwegian Sea offer experienced divers unique experiences like polar bears, seals and more. Read more about diving in Norway.
Through a series of case studies, one researcher illustrates the confounding nature of decompression sickness (DCS) and shares important recommendations.
The Britannic is a quintessential wreck dive for experienced technical divers, but there are hurdles to viewing it. Read one diver’s story about returning to the Britannic.
Overfishing coral reefs in the Caribbean has enabled sponges to predate and thrive on reefs. Read more about the impacts of overfishing and learn what divers can do about overfishing.
Much of the world’s oceans remain largely unexplored, but thanks to advancements in technology, researchers and scientists are making progress and gaining a better understanding of the oceans.
Underwater filmmaker Michele Hall has made over a dozen documentaries and has amassed well-deserved awards and accolades. Read more about Michele Hall and her work.
Fangs are an adaptation that have benefited the blenny species enabling them to ward of predators. Some species of blennies have poisonous fangs. Read more about the importance of fangs.