For the annual ‘Healthy Swimming Program’, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) have teamed up with Water Quality and Health Council and the National Swimming Pool Foundation. The program is all about educating the people about the health benefits of swimming and making them aware of the water safety.
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“Chlorine binds with all the things it's trying to kill from the bodies, and it forms these chemical irritants, so that's what sting in the eyes; it's the chlorine binding to the urine and the sweat,” an expert said.
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Reacting to the issue, the National Swimming Pool Foundation, said that, the dye in the water will reveal, if the water is urinated or not. It might be difficult to find, when the water is urinated. But if the people are spotted with the red eyes after swimming in such water, then that would be the perfect indicator to say that the water got urinated.