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Travel and Health
SARS is a respiratory illness that has recently been reported in Asia, North America and Europe. It is an atypical pneumonia for which cause has not yet been determined. Due to the spread of SARS to several countries in a short period of time, emergency guidelines have been issued for travellers and airlines.
News
Long distance travel and blood clot risk
Wednesday, July 08, 2009

Long-distance travel can lead to potentially fatal blood clots in some people and the risk grows in tandem with the length of the trip.
Other News
Air travel safe with serious lung diseases
Premature babies need check-up before air travel
Jet lag harsh on health
Traveller's diarrhoea may raise risk of IBS
Blood clots not linked with flights
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Features
Fighting the foggy winters
Monday, December 20, 2010

When the temperature drops, staying safe and warm and performing everyday activities can be challenging and dangerous. Young children, older adults, and the chronically ill are most at risk of having cold-related health problems.
Other Features
Safety belts: Why you should use them
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Health Tips
If you are prone to air-sickness
If you are prone to feeling air-sick take anti-travel-sickness medicines half an hour before departure. Some travel medicines may cause a dry mouth, others may make you feel drowsy. Also, do not over eat and try to avoid alcohol and cigarette smoke.
Other Health Tips
If you suffer from motion sickness
It's unsafe to fly if you are anaemic
Minimise post-flight fatigue
Sinusitis and air travel
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Radiation and health outcomes

The effect radiation has on human health has been the subject of recent interest.

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