Flying in Economy class can lead to serious health problems
Published July 5th, 2012 - 10:08 GMT
A blogging nutritionist Paty warns travelers of a silent killer that goes by the initials DVT; the Syria opposition thrashes out a post-Assad roadmap; Smart Marketing Strategies of Perry Belcher and Ryan Deiss and Internet down again in Lebanon
Traveling this Summer? Watch Out for the 'Economy Class Syndrome'
Paty warns travelers of a silent killer.
"If you're traveling economy class this summer, you gotta know more about Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), also known as Economy Class Syndrome (ECS)! According to the WHO, 3 to 5 % of those who travel economy class for long hours increase their risk of developing DVT. "
" I read maybe 50 of the news items to find exactly what the Syrian opposition groups' closing statement said. All I could find was disparate and vague references to the final communiqué.
I decided to abridge it in English for the benefit of the non-Arab “Friends of Syria” and “Action Group for Syria” and above all the readers of ArabSaga.
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"After the 3 hours internet outage two days back, internet in Lebanon went off yesterday at around 9 pm and is still not 100% back. In fact, most WIFIs are not working, only 3G is.
The reason is an underwater cable that was cut between Egypt and France, according to Minister of Telecommunications Nicolas Sehnaoui. As a result, Lebanon is operating on 3Gbps instead of 23 Gbps."