The diving industry has a lot of rules that most of us are told to follow. But many of these should be chunked — here we take a look at several and tell you why you can or should ignore them.
Rarely does everything go exactly the way we want it to in life: business, diving and especially take-out food. That’s okay, because the serendipitous events of the unexpected can sometimes be a great learning experience. Or they can be yet another episode in natural selection. Anticipation is, of course, a first line of awareness that … Read more
Hi Doc V, Today, I heard about a man who was diagnosed as impotent due to diving (in Singapore, where the quality of medical services is quite high). That made me think of a friend of mine who told me some time back that he’s been suffering from erectile dysfunction for about six months. He … Read more
Dear Fellow Divers, This is the first of our blogs and every few days or so, a number of diving writers with important opinions will have something to say: John Bantin, who spends a dozen or more weeks a year testing equipment for DIVER magazine; Bob Halstead, the retired owner of the Telita in PNG, … Read more