Hot Tub

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A small heated pool which is used for both recreation and various health benefits
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First things first: We built a deck for the hot tub.
This 'base to bubbles' project completed by North Spas won a silver award for Hot Tub Project of the year in the National UK Pool & Spa Awards.
The value of hot tubs has also been seen by Deborah Nettleton, from North Wales Tourism, of which UK Leisure Living is a member.
Our idea stemmed from the Hot Tub Cinema events that took place in London last year.
Hot Tub World was established in 2000 as the first independent specialist in the north of England.
Their services simplify the complexity of choosing the right Hot tub, Sauna or BBQ for any size family.
The pop-up cinema concept, which sees temporary film screens and hot tubs installed in unique locations, has already proved popular in London, Bristol, New York and Ibiza.
Arctic Spas are keen to advocate the benefits of owning a hot tub in general, not just promoting their own products.
Three hot tubs have been left by West Beacon Road between May 2010 and Sunday, most recently at Prairie Road and West Beacon, said Carolyn Francis, Lane County nuisance abatement specialist.
During her hunt for a hot tub, Sharon Brackett visited several area dealerships, bringing a bathing suit along so she could try the tubs out for herself.
In hot-tub folliculitis, however, the culprit may be pseudomonas aeruginosa--a germ that survives in hot tubs (especially wooden ones) when the water's chlorine and acidity levels are not carefully controlled.
Hot tub lung is believed to be a hypersensitivity pneumonitis caused by exposure to aerosolized Mycobacterium avium complex (MAC) and other nontuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) predisposed to grow in indoor hot tubs, enclosed swimming pools, spas, and therapy pools.