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Travel

Air in the air
With cigarette smoking outlawed on all U.S. airline flights, complaints in recent years have shifted to other onboard air quality issues like low humidity, stuffiness and the potential for viruses to be transmitted through recirculated air. Will airlines do anything about it? (planes, health, travel)
Upper-Intermediate to Advanced
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A Hitch In Your Hike
Peru plans to limit the thousands of visitors who hike its well-worn Inca Trail, because it says the ancient road is overrun by tourists. (Tourism, Peru, conservation, participles.)
Intermediate
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"What does this button do?"
A passenger was probably to blame for terrifying nearly 400 people by playing a silly trick. (Flying, frightening experiences, conjunctions)
Intermediate
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Deadly Blood Clots
Doctors from Australia and New Zealand have dismissed the concept of "economy class syndrome", but called for a major study to determine whether there is any link between air travel and blood clots.(Health, air travel, medical research, 'verb + that')
Upper-Intermediate
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Arctic Adventures
If you yawn at the thought of a Mediterranean cruise and couldn't care less about Caribbean beaches, how about climbing a frozen waterfall or helping to skin a seal? Arctic tourist adventures. (Nunavut, tourism, the Arctic)
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