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Beach Safety Directory

Most vacations to the beach result in an enjoyable time with family or friends, but would you know what to do if an emergency were to happen? At the beach, there are dangers to be aware of -- drowning, rip currents, jellyfish, sharks, and sunburn, to name a few. These are rare, but it's best to be prepared. In addition to using good judgment when swimming in the ocean and using sunscreen to prevent sun poisoning, there are steps you can take to increase your security. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how to prevent or treat surfside accidents and emergencies.

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