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13-09-2005
DVT kills holiday mother who collapsed on the flight home
Daily Mail Reporter

A mother flying home from holiday with her husband and two young sons collapsed with a fatal blood clot as the plane landed.


13-09-2005
Heavy drinking on holiday may increase risk of stroke
By Sarah Boseley, Health Editor

Holidays could be bad for your health. A team of researchers in the United States has found that those who think heavy drinking is an integral part of a relaxing break may be increasing their chances of having a stroke.
04-09-2005
Sorry sights and blights of airline flight
From Mr Alan Davidson

Sir, Tyler Brule’s Fast Lane column “Why do we put up with these airborne assaults on the senses?”, (FT Weekend, 1 August 20-21) set my teeth jangling. I am in total agreement with everything he said. Having to buy your breakfast on Swiss and having crew looking very hard at you because you don’t have the right change.


01-09-2005
Breathe easy?
Just how safe is the air and water on board aircraft? A number of new research initiatives suggests concerns still remain.

25-08-2005
What’s really on that plastic tray
With the spotlight on inflight catering, David Millard asks: Would you be better of without airline food.

If airline passengers were to believe some of the menus placed before them, they would look forward to a fine gastronomic experience on almost every flight.


21-08-2005
Health card going live
By Gemma Scott-Martin

The new European Health Insurance Card goes live in less than two weeks – but fewer than one in five Britons has applied for one.

The EHIC cards will replace the old E111 forms, ensuring that British travellers get free or discounted emergency healthcare throughout Europe.



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