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07-04-2004
Doctors failed to spot DVT
With summer and the holiday season just weeks away, thousands of Britons will soon be packing their passports and preparing to jet off to foreign parts. As air travel continues to shrink the globe, the prospect of long flights to distant destinations?
29-03-2004
'Stroke risk' to long-haul flyers.
Thousands of passengers could be at risk of a stroke after long-haul flights, says doctors. Lack of legroom on planes has already been blamed for causing deep vein thrombosis (DVT), which can cause death when a blood clot travels to the lungs.


29-03-2004
'Stroke risk' to long-haul flyers.
Thousands of passengers could be at risk of a stroke after long-haul flights, says doctors. Lack of legroom on planes has already been blamed for causing deep vein thrombosis (DVT), which can cause death when a blood clot travels to the lungs.

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28-03-2004
Long flights raise risk of strokes, warn doctors
Thousands of long-haul airline passengers could be at risk of a stroke because of cramped seating conditions, doctors have warned.
The problem caused by restriction of movement - particularly in economy class - is already being blamed for deep vein?
28-03-2004
DVT Victim Emma's Father battles on against airlines
A Scots dad leading the fight for DVT victims is hoping fresh legal moves will help re-launch court action against airlines. John Christoffersen's daughter Emma died from a blood clot caused by DVT (deep vein thrombosis) after a 20-hour flight from A?
23-03-2004
Clot-busting drink that can beat DVT
British scientists have developed a drink that could be as good at preventing dangerous blood clots as aspirin. The orange-flavoured drink contains a clot-busting extract found in ripe tomatoes that has been shown to reduce blood's 'stickiness'.

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