18th December 2012:
The air is also cleaner. Gone is the old “bleed air” system, where cabin air, drawn through the engines, is vulnerable to contamination from any leak of toxic fumes. Instead, the 787 filters fresh cabin air direct from the atmosphere.
18th December 2012:
“Ladies and gentlemen, Especially in recent times, have the reports of so-called “Smoke and Smell” events frequently, not only with Lufthansa, but all German Airlines. Many are college (internal) uncertainty about this and have legal questions about the whole issue. I will try-chen, take this text to the main topic. Much you will be aware…
Aviation Safety – Passengers’ Rights (Open Letter to Commissioner Siim Kallis (Vice President for Transport – European Commission)
OPEN LETTER Commissioner Siim Kallis Vice President for Transport European Commission 6 December 2012 Dear Commissioner Kallis, Aviation Safety – Passengers’ Rights Thank you for asking Mr Matthew Baldwin to respond, on your behalf, to my email of 28 October 2012. I would draw to your attention the recent comments from Holiday Travel Watch(1): ‘HolidayTravelWatch…
Discussion of the release of the paper: “Targeting mitochondrial dysfunction in the treatment of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) – a clinical audit”. Int J Clin Exp Med 2013;6 (1):1-15 Sarah Myhill, Norman E Booth, John McLaren-Howard
Neurobehavioral problems following low-level exposure to organophosphate pesticides: a systematic and meta-analytic review (Summary) 19th November 2012: Meta-analysis was carried out to determine the neurotoxic effects of long-term exposure to low levels of organophosphates (OPs) in occupational settings. Concern about the effects of OPs on human health has been growing as they are increasingly used…
4th December 2012:
Interview with Dr. Sarah MacKenzie Ross (UCL) re lasting brain damage in some farmers who used organophosphates in the 1980s and 90s. Interview begins at 11 minutes into programme.
(Available to UK residents until 10th December 2012)
A British psychiatrist should be stripped of an award, fellow scientists said last night, as one of the most heated debates in medical science continued.