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Water Recreation and Disease

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Water Recreation and Disease
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Publisher: World Health Organization
ISBN/ASIN: 9163054981
ISBN-13: 9789241563055
Number of pages: 260

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Worldwide, the popularity of recreational activities which involve contact with water is growing. Ease of travel and change in human behaviour has altered the use of water for recreational purposes. Recreational exposures to pathogens may result in disease. This book provides a comprehensive review and analysis of potential disease outcomes associated with recreational water activities.

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