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Travelling to China for the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games
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    Travel fatigue and jet-lag are not synonyms
    • Thomas Reilly
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      • Greg Atkinson, Ben Edwards, Jim Waterhouse

    Dear Editor,

    Travel fatigue and jet-lag are not synonyms

    We were pleased to see the ‘original article’ by Milne and Shaw (2008) offering advice for those travelling to the Beijing Summer Olympics Games in August later this year in a professional or participatory capacity. The authors are to be complimented on their endeavours to accommodate a comprehensive range of environmental aspects that might influe...

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