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01-01-2001
Insecticides
During the Olympics, many passengers will have experienced disinsection as Australia is one of the handful of countries that require the use of insecticides in passenger cabins.

Although chemicals of this cockroach killer (Black Knight Roach Kille?
01-01-2001
Aircraft: Boeing 737, 757, AIRBUS 320 AND BAe 146?
New evidence of the leakage of organophosphates into aircraft was presented by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) which indicates that British-registered Airbus 320 and Boeing 737s, flown by airlines such as B.A. have suffered more cabin air oil or g?
01-01-2001
Lawsuit
Mr D.M.E. Rhodes developed legionnaires disease while on a skiing holiday in North America. He returned in Economy Class and was taken from the airport to the hospital. He was treated for legionnaires and started to make a recovery when he died four ?
31-12-2000
The Washington Post Interview
In-flight Health
Sunday, December 31, 2000; Page E03

Farrol Kahn is director of the Aviation Health Institute (www.aviation-health.org) Oxford, England, a non-profit organisation that conducts research and raises awareness about the health risks of flying. David Wallis spoke to him by telephone.
30-10-2000
Giving her death some meaning LIFE
Sitting in the hospital, Ruth Christoffersen was numb with shock and horror. With her husband, John, by her side, the Llanmartin woman was having to deal with the unthinkable: the death of her child. The couple had waved daughter Emma, 28, off on her?
01-10-2000
Emma Christoffersen
The tragedy of Emma Christoffersen could have been avoided if the airlines had been upfront about the risks of their product. Their medical departments have known for several years that cramped seating, 31 inch seat pitch or less, and the artificial ?


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