The number of people traveling by aircraft worldwide is already more than 1 billion a year and according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, this number is expected to double in the next two decades. This means that many more people will be exposed to some of the health risks involved with flying.
When we fly, the different air conditions and pressure can affect our bodies in a way that can sometimes negatively affect our health over an extended period of time. Here are some things that can happen to frequent fliers, and how you can prevent them.
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