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Posted: June 6, 2012 at 3:51 pm highlights how Swim Guide helps present waterborne illnesses:

On a hot summer day, there’s nothing like a dip in the ocean to cool off. Unless that little dip lands you in the sickbed. According to Pete Nichols, of the Waterkeeper Alliance, millions of people get sick each year from coming into contact with polluted water at their local beaches. But a new free app could help you find the cleanest beaches for swimming, surfing, or otherwise enjoying the ocean.

Read the full story via New App Guides Swimmers to Cleanest Beaches : TreeHugger.

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