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Athletican Staff July 21, 2019
Swimming is one of the best activities out there, but for people with allergies, it could be a problem. Apart from the usual allergens outdoor such as pollen, dust, and mold, does it seem like you’re allergic to pool water itself? If so, it could be the pool’s chlorine.
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