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23-01-2001
What does flying do to your body?
It?s drier than the Sahara, the water?s polluted and you?ll even get a dose of radiation. What they don?t tell you about air travel ?

The first thing to stress is that flying is safer than it has ever been and that since commercial aviation starte?
19-01-2001
Radiation threat to frequent flyers
Frequent flyers are at greater risk of contracting cancer, say researchers.

A survey of 6,000 flight attendants in United States, the largest ever carried out, found the incidence of breast cancer was 30 per cent higher than normal.

At high alt?
08-01-2001
BA to be sued over economy class syndrome
British Airways and other major airlines are to be sued by sufferers of "economy class syndrome" in the first action its kind.

A group of Australian travelers say the airlines failed to warn them that long-distance flying in cramped economy class ?
01-01-2001
Specs that beat jetlag
Scientists have developed glowing spectacles which they say can cure jetlag. The high-tech glasses use blue and green-light to trick the human body. It means long-haul air passengers can step off the plane feeling fresh, even after a flight from Bri?
01-01-2001
Transmission of Disease In Flight
Some 70% of complaints from passengers relate to in-flight infections from colds and flu to tuberculosis. As a result the Aviation Health Institute successfully launched a Flying Mask Campaign this summer offering passengers a range of respirator mas?
01-01-2001
U.S. Lawsuit
Olympic Airways paid ?466,000 in compensation in a recent case. Judge Charles Breyer of the U.S. District Court of N.D. California ordered the payment after the death of a Californian doctor following his asthma-related demise on a plane in a smoking?


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