Being a flight attendant has its bonuses, like getting to travel the world for free, meet new people, and earn well above the average American salary. But it’s not all free snacks and flights to Paris. The job comes with some costs too—like erratic schedules, aggressive passengers, and significant delays.

But those, while frustrating, may be the tip of the iceberg. This week, new research is boosting concerns about an even more severe hazard: the increased risk of cancer. The study, published in the journal Environmental Science, is the second wave of a 2007 Harvard Flight Attendant Health Survey aimed at analyzing how “occupational exposures impact the health of flight attendants.”

via Why are flight attendants’ rates of cancer spiking? Disrupted sleep and radiation may be to blame – AOL Lifestyle

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Why are flight attendants’ rates of cancer spiking? Disrupted sleep and radiation may be to blame – AOL Lifestyle

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