01-10-2003 DVT Tragedy My mum Ann 57 was a big Elvis fan. She loved belting his music out in the car and dancing to his songs in the house. She said she'd married my dad John because he looked like Elvis ? tall with dark hair and smouldering good looks.
Mum's biggest ?10-09-2003 Bid to Make Airlines More Liable for DVT An MP condemned airlines' ?licence to kill? as he launched a petition urging legal responsibility for the incidence of deep vein thrombosis on flights.
Labour's John Smith, with the help of a mother who lost her son to the condition dubbed ?econom?07-09-2003 Sponsored Walk - Morcombe Bay, Sunday 7th September 2003 Brenda Wilson, who is partly disabled, will take part in the Morecombe Bay Walk on Sunday 7th September 2003 in memory of her son Neil who died in January 2001. Neil suffered from a Deep Vein Thrombosis after a short flight to Benidorm. Brenda is a ?29-08-2003 Just a few days after my flight, I had a 50-50 chance of waking up Plane passengers have plenty to worry about nowadays. As well as the fear of wild turbulence and even a plane crash, the thought of a terrorist hijacking is no doubt in the back of many air travellers' minds. So imagine the worry if everyone realised?27-08-2003 DVT death prompts call for hospital inquiry THE husband of a woman who died from deep-vein thrombosis (DVT) following a short-haul flight has called for an inquiry into her death after hospital doctors sent her home with a "handful of paracetamol".
Carolanne Douglas was rushed to St John?05-08-2003 Stay Safe In the Air A decade ago the only known health risks associated with flying were
catching a cold or getting dry skin. Now travellers are more likely to be
concerned about the potential risk of deep vein thrombosis (DVT). Here, OONA MASHTA finds out how to keep h?