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09-08-2005
Car Lag Warning
Worn-out holidaymakers could pose a danger at the wheel because of “driver lag”.

The condition contributes to 60,000 accidents or other incidents in airport car parks or on the journey home, it is claimed.

09-08-2005
Home drive danger for British holidaymakers
‘Driver Lag’ affects over a million British drivers

UK holiday makers heading back from warmer climes this summer risk more than a bad case of jet lag – they could be a danger on the roads.
09-08-2005
Cosmic Radiation Increases the Risk of Nuclear Cataract in Airline Pilots
A Population-Based Case-Control Study

Vilhjalmur Rafnsson, MD, PhD; Eydis Olafsdottir, MD; Jon Hrafnkelsson, MD; Hiroshi Sasaki, MD; Arsaell Arnarsson, MSc; Fridbert Jonasson, MD


Arch Ophthalmol. 2005;123:1102-1105.


09-08-2005
Throw in the towel, law tells German beach bullies
Drivers returning from overseas trips
By Allan Hall


Drivers returning from overseas trips can be a danger on the roads for up to a week, an alarming study warned yesterday.


08-08-2005
Aeroplanes ‘still at risk from mobiles’
By James Burleigh

Mobile telephones can still interfere with vital flight equipment on aircraft despite advances in technology, experts said yesterday.


24-07-2005
The Unlikely Event
Is there a doctor on the plane?

Dorothy Fletcher 67, was flying from the UK to her daughter’s wedding in Florida on New Year’s Eve 2003 when she felt a searing pain in her arm and chest on the second flight. She eventually told her daughter Christine, with whom she was flying, having earlier not wished to worry her. Christine alerted the crew and a stewardess announced: “Is there a doctor on board?”



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