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13-03-2005
Diabetic is kicked off BA flight for carrying life-saving injection
By Pravina Patel

A business man suffering from diabetes was kicked off a British Airways flight after the captain insisted he couldn?t carry a life-saving insulin injection kit in his hand-luggage.

12-03-2005
Transmission of Infectious Diseases During Commercial Air Travel
Mangili A, Gendreau MA
12-03-2005
Ticket to ride: spreading germs a mile high
Many of us believe air travel is also a lottery ticket for an upper respiratory infection. Breathing recirculated air while strapped into a seat for hours next to a stranger seems the ideal recipe for the transmission of an infectious disease. But to what extent does scientific evidence support these fears? In this issue of The Lancet, Mark Gendreau and Alexandra Mangili describe what we know about a topic of substantial interest to doctors, their patients, family and friends, and to public-health officials everywhere.
11-03-2005
ANOTHER DANGER OF FLYING LIES NOT IN AIR BUT FOOD
By Nigel Hawkes ? Health Editor

Airline passengers are not at significant risk from germs circulating around the cabin, a new study has shown. Statistically, food poisoning is a much greater risk.

07-03-2005
Apples ?cut cancer risk?
An apple a day could slash the risk of breast cancer say researchers.

But eat several and it could cut it even more.
03-03-2005
Sleep deprivation, food intake, and physical endurance
VIRGIN ATLANTIC'S GLOBAL FLYERS RECORD BREAKING FLIGHT

Steve Fossett has become the first person to fly a plane solo, non-stop around the globe without refuelling.
He completed his mission despite a fuel shortage, landing the Virgin GlobalFlyer at 1950 GMT in Salina, Kansas, where he took off on Tuesday.




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