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07 December 2016 07:34
Eating a handful of nuts every day can help reduce your chances of suffering heart disease and other serious illnesses, scientists have claimed.
Thousands of Britons could be heading off on snow-sports holidays without appropriate travel insurance cover, it has been warned.
Pilots at German airline Lufthansa are on strike again after a two-day break in their campaign of walkouts.
Britons are among the top spenders in Europe when it comes to holidays, new research has found.
The UK should think about resuming flights to the popular tourism resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, according to a major United Nations agency.
Plans are in place to develop a new aviation arrangement between the UK and US, to ensure holidaymakers can still fly between the two countries once Britain departs the EU.
Hundreds of Lufthansa flights have been grounded after pilots working for the airline took part in a strike.
The US is warning its citizens that Europe is facing a "heightened risk of terror attacks" at Christmas markets and other seasonal holiday events.
A groundbreaking radiotherapy machine that can track the changing position of tumours in real time will soon be used to treat cancer patients in the UK.
Top airline bosses are urging the government to scrap air passenger duty ahead of Wednesday's Autumn Statement.
Winter sun is now the most popular holiday type, according to new research conducted by travel experts.
A holiday price increase of 10% on trips to Europe could cause tourists to postpone their getaways next year, experts are warning.
British citizens will no longer be able to travel freely to Europe without paying a "travel tax" or filling in visa forms under plans unveiled by Brussels.
London mayor Sadiq Khan has signalled his support for a legal challenge to the expansion of Heathrow airport.
A flight operator has warned of disruptions to travel to New Zealand in the aftermath of a powerful earthquake and travel alerts have been issue to holidaymakers visiting the country.
New Zealand is planning to send in military helicopters and a navy ship to rescue about 1,000 tourists and hundreds of residents who are stranded in the coastal town of Kaikoura after a powerful earthquake cut off access.
Demand for flights to the United States has nosedived since Donald Trump won the US presidential election, a study shows.
The Brexit vote "hasn't affected" tourism to the Spanish region of Catalonia, according to its tourist board chief - and security fears affecting other places may have helped boost visitors to the area.
It takes longer to diagnose memory problems in a patient than the current 10-minute slot for a GP appointment, experts have warned.
People who do not get enough vitamin D have a higher chance of getting bladder cancer, a new study suggests.
Suspected cancer patients are having to wait longer than the recommended 14 days to see a specialist, according to research.
Minsters have been urged to set a date to resume UK flights to Sharm el-Sheikh, one year after they were suspended due to terror threat fears.
People will be able to travel freely between the UK and Ireland after Brexit, Irish premier Enda Kenny has said.
The threat of strikes by easyJet pilots over concerns about fatigue has ended after they accepted new proposals from the airline, a union has said.
The world's shortest flight, which can take less than a minute, has celebrated a major milestone.
Thousands of people have spent the evening in temporary shelters, cars and tents after Italy was rocked by another powerful earthquake.
The time of year and a woman's weight gain can both influence the effectiveness of vitamin D supplements in pregnant females, new research has indicated.
The success of the Hobbit fantasy film trilogy is fuelling tourism interest in New Zealand, new research suggests.
Efforts are being made to tempt more young Britons on working holidays to Australia.
People could be at a bigger risk of having high blood pressure if their home is close to a busy road, research has suggested.
Almost 200 ill youngsters have been given the chance to enjoy a holiday of a lifetime thanks to the annual Dreamflight trip.
A "perfect storm" of the falling value of the pound and security fears means holidaymakers are avoiding travel in Europe during October half-term.
A union is warning of travel chaos over the Christmas period at four major UK airports, unless a baggage carrier transfers staff to other companies.
Thousands of passengers faced travel chaos yesterday after rail service through the Channel Tunnel was suspended because of a power failure.
People planning holidays from Gatwick Airport in the run up to Christmas could face travel chaos as unions threaten to strike over a pension dispute.
Eurostar has said it will cut 12 services from London St Pancras to Paris and Brussels.
Tourists in Thailand are being advised to "behave respectfully" and wear "sombre" clothing as the country mourns King Bhumibol Adulyadej.
Holidaymakers are being warned to buy currency in advance as exchange rates being offered are as little as 0.96 euro to the pound at airports.
Scientists say there is strong evidence air pollution and vitamin D deficiency can cause dementia.
More people are going on holiday than at any time in the past five years despite terror attacks and the impact of Brexit, according to a study.
People from across North Carolina had to be rescued from their homes as the downgraded Hurricane Matthew blew out to sea - leaving a trail of destruction in its wake.
People travelling abroad is on the rise, according to the World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO)
A hurricane pelting the coast of Florida and described as a 'monster' by a local official has brought chaos to the state, with flights cancelled, homes evacuated and theme parks shut.
Low-cost airline easyJet says its profits will nosedive as terrorist attacks and air traffic control strikes are taking their toll on the company.
Ryanair will recruit more than 3,500 staff next year, including pilots and cabin crew, as it plans to add 50 new aircraft to its fleet.
At least five cruise lines are rerouting their ships to avoid Hurricane Matthew.
Thomson owner Tui says British holidaymakers are shrugging off any worries over the Brexit vote and plunging pound as they continue to book trips abroad.
Tour operator Thomas Cook says its earnings are still being impacted by recent terror attacks.
The English tourism industry is predicted to grow faster than the overall economy every year for the next decade, according to new research.
Monarch Airlines says its flights are operating as normal amid fears the firm is in financial trouble.
Slim people who look physically healthy may still be at increased chance of being diagnosed with bowel cancer if they have raised insulin levels, according new research.
Theresa May is being urged to give the go-ahead for flights to resume between the UK and Sharm el-Sheikh by the head of the cross-party parliamentary group on Egypt.
Budget airline Jet2.com is to open its first base in the south of England at Stansted.
Smoking rates have dropped to the lowest level on record in England, new figures show, suggesting messages about the health effects of cigarettes are hitting home.
Concerns have been raised over flight disruptions caused by heavy drinking among passengers.
British Airways' decision to launch direct flights from London to Tehran earlier this month positions Iran as one of the hottest destinations to visit in 2017, according to experts.
More than 100 flights have been cancelled as French air traffic controllers go on strike again.
Two thirds of MPs would support an expansion at Heathrow.
TripAdvisor is launching a new homepage, making the booking of holiday activities and tours even easier.
Travellers are to be charged to use fast lanes to get through passport checks in an attempt to cut queues.
People travelling to regions affected by the Zika virus outbreak should practise safe sex for at least half a year upon their return, health leaders say.
British Airways is apologising to passengers for delays after an IT glitch hit check-in systems.
Tiny particles that are breathed in and taken into the brain through air pollution could trigger Alzheimer's disease, research finds.
A blockade of lorries is causing chaos on the roads around Calais in a campaign for the Jungle migrant camp to be demolished.
Crohn's disease sufferers who smoke should quit the habit if they want to avoid a relapse after surgery, research shows.
The first commercial flight between the United States and Cuba in more than a half century landed in the central city of Santa Clara on Wednesday.
Holidaymakers are avoiding destinations after terrorist attacks, data suggests.
Two American airline pilots have been released on bail and charged with being under the influence of alcohol while preparing to fly a passenger jet from Scotland to the US.
Obesity has been linked with more cancers than previously thought, experts have warned.
A global travel boom will see tourism grow by 3.1% this year, according to forecasts.
Passengers could be forced to pay £25 when they complain about airlines losing their luggage or flight cancellations.
The number of holidaymakers taking their cars on UK and Irish ferries has risen by 4% in July compared with the same month last year, new figures show.
New research reveals Britons saying they are now planning to holiday less in Europe post-Brexit, admit their decision is affected by the weakening of Sterling.
A new pill will be available through the NHS to help lung cancer patients fight their disease, after the manufacturer discounted the price of the drug.
Gap years have become a rite of passage for both the travel-hungry and the undecided, and this year's students are no exception as they prepare to rack up the air miles after completing their A-levels.
Passenger numbers at London Luton Airport (LLA) have risen ahead of expansion plans at the hub.
Britain may still be part of the EU but Brexit is already pushing up the price of a family holiday.
London Gatwick is the UK airport where passengers face the most delays, according to new data.
A new way to try and carry out bone marrow transplants without using toxic chemotherapy is being investigated.
Holidaymakers are being warned not to leave insurance as an "afterthought", as they could be left with a bill for emergency medical treatment abroad that is higher than the price of a house.
Health bosses have warned people holidaying in Mexico after tourists were struck down with food poisoning.
Tourists can expect to pay around 120 euro a day in Dublin, according to a new travel guide.
Thousands of passengers are missing the chance to claim compensation for delayed flights, research has found.
An airline has banned the sale of alcohol before 8am on its flights in a crackdown on bad behaviour.
Ryanair has broken the world record for the most passengers carried by an airline in one month.
The cancer survival rate has doubled over the past four decades in the UK, according to a charity's report.
A travel advice service is warning holidaymakers about the dangers of hiring quad bikes this summer after a man suffered a fractured skull and lost his sight on one eye in an accident.
Briton's spend around 10 per cent of their annual salary on their holidays a survey has found.
The way holiday-goers are sold alcohol in airports is to come under the microscope following hundreds of drink-related plane incidents.
Alzheimer's disease sufferers may one day have their mental functionality preserved and brain deterioration slowed thanks to a new drug, scientists hope.