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04-01-2004
New report questions the quality of air aboard commercial planes
A National Research Council report raised questions about air quality aboard passenger aircraft and said the Federal Aviation Administration should track air-quality compliance and complaints on commercial flights.

The report, critical of the FAA??
01-01-2004
Suppressing SARS - The Aviation Health Institute's Recommended Actions
(1) The key concern is the aerial transmission. This has been shown to be a factor in the spread of multi-drug resistant turberculosis (MDR-TB) in the past but has not been taken in consideration with SARS. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in ?
22-12-2003
Pesticides on Planes - Petition
The US Association of Flight Attendants (AFA) have launched an on-line petition to generate signatures to show the airlines and the US Department of Transportation that passengers and crew do not want to be sprayed with pesticides during a flight, an?
20-12-2003
Press Release - Aviation Health Petition in Newport
Ruth Christoffersen, whose 28 year old daughter Emma died from air related Deep Vein Thrombosis (known as economy class syndrome) after a flight from Australia, is again leading the campaign in the awareness of air travel health risks. On Saturday 2?
19-12-2003
The Jumbo Casualities
Five passengers on every full jumbo jet flight are likely to suffer blood clots caused by 'economy class syndrome', research suggests. It is the highest level of risk uncovered by any study - affecting one in 100 long-distance air travellers - and t?
11-12-2003
How car, bus and railway travel carry risk of DVT
By Jenny Hope, Medical Correspondent

Travellers on all forms of transport are at risk from potentially fatal blood clots triggered by deep vein thrombosis.

Latest research says people in cramped conditions in cars, buses and trains could be jus?


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