A bit. Swimming pools don't have rips, tidal currents, or undertows.
Individual fish are safer from a predator if swimming in a shoal, than if they are swimming alone.
Yes, it is safer whether you have diabetes or not.
It's safer to swim in a pool because in the sea there are sharks and dangerous animals also the waves and rapids can drown you or push you to the middle of the sea.
Studies show that vapor pens are safer than tobacco cigarettes, but it may take years and a lot more studies to show how safe or unsafe they actually are.
It is safer that you do not go swimming until your infection has gone for good, as you may catch something from the water if it is not clean.
She should be,but it's safer to take her to the vet for a check-up anyway.
Not neccesarily. If you are a confident swimmer then swimming in the deeper end may be easier, but if you are learning to swim then it would be a better idea to stay in the shallow end as it would be safer and would probably be easier.
To stretch a point, they are slightly safer, yes- salt water has more buoyancy than fresh water, making "staying afloat" somewhat easier. That does NOT mean children can be unsupervised in a salt water pool.
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The Diving well in a pool should be at least 10 feet or deeper. For safer situations I would go with at least 12 feet.
Yes, you can go swimming on your period while wearing tampons.You can also use menstrual cups, menstrual sponges, diaphragms, soft tampons, and softcups to go swimming on your period. Menstrual cups are generally better than tampons as they're safer and more convenient, also better for swimming as they don't leak like tampons and can be worn with light flow.
There has been long controversy between whether school uniforms make schools safer or not. I however think that schools should not have school uniforms because it could take away a students pride in their clothing style.
That would depend on what the sauce is made with and whether it is summer or winter, but it is always safer to just put it in the fridge.
Swimming lessons offer a wide variety of benefits. Feeling safer near big bodies of water (i.e. on a lake, near the ocean), learning the proper way to breathe under water and being able to enjoy time at a local pool. For more information on the benefits of swimming lessons please go to http://ezinearticles.com/?10-Reasons-You-Need-Swimming-Lessons&id=750032
oh. by safer sex. safer abilities. & safer people. you know. ;)
Whether your husband likes this or not if you dont want to do its safer not to. But it equally pleasurable as being taken from the front.
Aircraft are way safer
Degree of comparision: Safe Safer Safest
usually its safer because theres clorine in pool water. but nowadays i wouldent go swimming in rivers because theres a ton of stuff that people just pour into the rivers. were i live theres a nucular power plant right next to the river and it said in the news paper that it was leacking into the river.
Space probes would be safer.
Because the eggs are usually in a safer environment, away from predators, and most hatch being capable of swimming, not moving on land. However, they change so they can move on land then.
You don't have to use tampons to swim while on your period. You can use menstrual cups and softcups for swimming, as well as safer than tampons cups can be worn with light flow which tampons can't, menstrual cups also don't leak like other options. You can also simply sit-out of swimming while you're on your period, it's up to you what you use and what you do on your period.
No. Using if in reported question (modals or other) is more common than whether.Could you help me? He asked if I could help him.If you want to make the question more emphatic use whether or not - This means an answer is being demanded.I asked the whether or not they had any petrol.
No facebook is not safer than skype
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