The Dead Sea in Israel has been found to have immense health benefits, and now you can reap them all without the travel. In an effort to recreate these Dead Sea benefits, “Floating Centers,” facilities that mimc the Dead Sea, are popping up all across the country and allow users to float in a private tank with all the advantages the salty Dead Sea provides.
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Float in the Closest Thing to the Dead Sea
Published by Alexa Lardieri
I am a reporter and digital producer for the Civic section of U.S. News & World Report, where I write about breaking news. I came to U.S. News in 2016 as a researcher and writer for the Rankings and Reviews section and in 2017, joined the news team, where I helped launch America 2020. I have previously worked for LifeZette.com as a reporter and social media specialist and was an editor for several outlets at my alma mater. I am a graduate of the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland, College Park. You can follow me on Twitter (@arlardieri) and Facebook (/AlexaRLardieri) or connect with me on LinkedIn (/in/alexa-lardieri).
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