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20-05-2002
Healthy Flying Week - Birmingham Airport
PRESS RELEASES: The UK?s first healthy flying week is taking place this month, organised by the Oxford-based Aviation Health Institute. The initiative, which is to be launched at Birmingham International Airport, is designed to provide informa?
14-05-2002
New DVT Tests get Go-Ahead
New research will determine if inactive people who spend hours seated at their office desks or surfing the internet suffer the same risk of developing life-threatening blood clots as airline passengers on cramped, long-haul flights.

The study int?
11-05-2002
Becks' Latest Fashion: Flight Stocking
The RUMOURS are true: David Beckham does wear ladies? underwear. But it is not Posh Spice?s knickers that the England captain will be slipping into later this month. Instead, when Beckham and the rest of the squad board the plane for the World Cup, ?
10-05-2002
Battle Rages on Air Deaths
The husband of a woman who collapsed and died after a long-haul flight has been lobbying MPs in his fight to improve passenger safety. John Price, 59, of Bottesford, joined other campaigners from across the country at the House of Commons in London y?
10-05-2002
Young flyers at Risk from DVT
Younger plane passengers are just as likely to suffer deep vein thrombosis, or DVT, as older travellers, according to a survey released yesterday.

The study by the Oxford-based Aviation Health Institute finds that of 67 deaths, 43 per cent involv?
10-05-2002
The Great DVT Myth
Nearly half of the air passengers who have died from blood clots after flights were in their 20s, 30s and 40s, experts have found. This suggests that doctors may have been wrong to warn that the elderly are most at risk from deep vein thrombosis, or ?


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