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11-05-2003
Judge paves way for DVT action
Last week's landmark court ruling against Thomson Holidays means that victims of deep-vein thrombosis (DVT) may be able to gain compensation from their tour operator.

The case stems from Thomson's contradictory approach to liability. In its Fair ?
06-05-2003
Touching A Door is Enough to Catch Sars Virus
By Nigel Hawkes ? Health Editor
It MAY be possible to catch the Sars virus simply by touching a contaminated table top, lift button, or doorknob, rather than being directly exposed to the sneeze or cough of a patient, scientists believe.

Experimen?
06-05-2003
Everyone who goes on a long-haul flight is at risk
But could drivers and office workers be in danger, too?
Caroline Pardy, 19, lives in West London and is a student at Imperial College, London. She says:

Last year, I flew home from Johannesburg. I felt fit and healthy, I am not overweight and I?
01-05-2003
The Killer in the Sky
If you're a young, fit woman who's not on the Pill, your chances of suffering from deep-vein thrombosis (DVT) are about the same as those of being struck down by a brain haemorrhage: around one in 10,000 (the risk increases to one in 1,000 if you're ?
20-04-2003
SARS: 12 more victims die on single day in Hong Kong
The Sars virus claimed 12 lives in Hong Kong yesterday, the highest number of deaths in one day since the outbreak of the disease.

As nearly 150 British boarding school pupils from the Far East spent their second night of quarantine yesterday on t?
05-04-2003
U.S. Asian Airlines handle SARS concerns differently
For hours, you're cooped up in a 17-inch-wide airplane seat among dozens of strangers. You share the same armrest, the same lavatories.

Your fellow passengers may sneeze and wheeze into the air, only about half of which is pumped in fresh from th?


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