If you want to avoid the dreaded salt water, then you need to make sure you are keeping your swimming, diving and sun bathing habits in check.
While you may have heard of the dangers of the summer sun, the Florida Keys are no different, and that means there is no escaping the salt water.
The Florida Keys is an area of Florida known for its coastal communities, with many families choosing to live off the coast.
But as the months pass, salt water begins to take its toll on residents.
The area has experienced record high numbers of cases of salmonella and other foodborne illnesses, and the number of deaths has been growing.
And the state of Florida is working to combat the situation, with the governor and the Department of Health announcing a series of new regulations.
The new rules will be implemented over the summer, and will be aimed at making sure that Florida residents can continue to enjoy swimming, swimming and diving as they normally do.
So how do you prepare for the saltwater?
Weighing in on all the possible scenarios that you can imagine to face as you head out for your summer vacation, Fox Sports’ James Pindell has you covered.