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14-10-2002
One in 30 long-haul passengers 'gets DVT'
Several million people in the UK are deemed at high risk of DVT, with previous incidences of thrombosis, blood-clotting problems, circulatory problems in the legs or a significant weight problem. Women taking hormone replacement therapy, cancer suffe?
13-10-2002
economical with the truth
Are brochures still misleading us about airline seat space? Time to check the small print??.

The Sunday Times Campaign for Fair Flying has shown that long-haul travellers want more leg room ? and more information about it when choosing a holiday?
13-10-2002
DVT tragedy of the wife who flew first class
A woman who booked first-class airline seats to avoid 'economy class syndrome' died from a condition linked to deep vein thrombosis, an inquest heard yesterday.

Mother-of-three Ann Price collapsed at home barely 24 hours after returning from aholid?
07-10-2002
DVT victim's daughter gives flight advice
A woman whose father fell victim to economy class syndrome is spending two days at Heathrow Airport to advise passengers of the dangers.

Pensioner Thomas Lamb, 68 suffered from deep vein thrombosis after returning from a once-in-a-lifetime trip to?
07-10-2002
Fly the Healthy Way at BAA's Heathrow Airport
This week (7-13 October), BAA will be hosting specialist information points at Heathrow's T3 and T4 terminals as part of the Aviation Health Institute's campaign to promote Healthy Flying.

The week long awareness campaign will offer travellers fir?
06-10-2002
Passengers died 'because airlines ignored DVT peril'
Airline passengers are regularly dying from deep vein thrombosis, a barrister warned yesterday.
(Daily Mail)
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