Thursday, June 25, 2015

Scientists describe the gross reason why your eyes sometimes sting, turn red in swimming pools - The Washington Post

Read the full article: Scientists describe the gross reason why your eyes sometimes sting, turn red in swimming pools - The Washington Post:

"The CDC also said in its report that the chlorine smell of pools isn't actually what you think. "What you smell are actually chemicals that form when chlorine mixes with pee, poop, sweat and dirt from swimmer's bodies... These chemicals -- not chlorine -- can cause your eyes to get red and sting, make your nose run, and make you cough."

"Yuck!" the CDC concluded."

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