If you're looking forward to spending hot summer days be the pool, this may change your mind.
The CDC did a study of public pools during swim season last year and made an icky discovery.
Researchers looked at samples of pool filter water and found 58 percent of the samples tested positive for E. Coli -- a bacteria normally found in feces and the human gut.
Researchers said the findings mean that swimmers are contaminating the pool water either with what they call "fecal incidents" or by failing to wash feces off their bodies before entering the water.
The CDC is reminding swimmers that chlorine and other disinfectants don't kill germs instantly.
It said people should avoid swallowing pool water and should take pre-swim showers to keep germs out the pool.
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An Akron woman finally accessed the troubled healthcare.gov website Monday only to find she can't afford the insurance they're offering.
The folks in charge of fixes at Healthcare.gov released a progress report on the capacity and performance of the health insurance shopping and enrollment system on Sunday.