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December 17 2012
Astronauts are limited to spending six months on the International Space Station, around 200 miles above Earth, for a good reason.
The loss of bone and muscle mass they experience in space is so profound that they cannot stay any longer.
But what about the health impact of forthcoming suborbital flights for space tourists who are not fit, highly-trained individuals?
According to North American scientists writing in the British Medical Journal article, GPs should be prepared to answer patients' queries about their suitability for space travel in the near future.
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