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    There's still a very high correlation with hours. When you look closely at people who need an alarm clock (e.g. in a sleep study) you...
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    Sleep! There's good evidence that not getting 7 to 8 hours every night results in cardiovascular (and other) diseases.
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    dbahn replied to the thread Flying the Piper Pawnee.
    I think it's really a pretty easy airplane to fly, and quite a lot of fun. The sight picture is weird, since you sit nearly in the...
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    dbahn replied to the thread Hydrocephalus.
    I think the standard answer is to consult an AME before submitting MedXpress. If nothing else she'll have a chance to look at the...
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    There's a pitfall there. The typical therapist and/or primary care physician usually has NO IDEA what the FAA considers "OK" for...
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    dbahn replied to the thread Hydrocephalus.
    While we wait for someone who actually knows how CAMI handles it, here are the symptoms as described by the Mayo Clinic: Young and...
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    dbahn replied to the thread Henning gone west.
    Isn't it true that his death was a suicide? It's hard to fake that one.
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    dbahn replied to the thread Customs trouble.
    Has anyone besides me ever wondered if custom officials are trained to make you uncomfortable on first contact, hoping to elicit...
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    dbahn replied to the thread Flight Following.
    It's certainly not recent data. I don't know when it was compiled (and I also imagine that the lag time is "better" now) but even if...
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    dbahn replied to the thread Flight Following.
    Of course, you can always depart hoping for flight following and if they're too busy you can file with FSS en route. But what always...
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    dbahn reacted to midlifeflyer's post in the thread Flight Following with Like Like.
    There are only a very few reasons for an instructor not to spend time on it. From best reason to worst reason: 1. You are not yet doing...
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    dbahn replied to the thread Flight Following.
    I agree completely. I find that on most any kind of cross country flight I'm either flying through busy airspace or semi-wilderness...
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    dbahn replied to the thread VFR weather minimums and patterns.
    . . . and a key word in that regulation is "necessary". You can't drop down to fly at any lower altitude just because you are taking...
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    Sugarbush Soaring in Vermont is holding three youth camps this year, each one consisting of 9 campers (age 13 to 18) during the camp...
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    dbahn replied to the thread RR tracks: How close is too close?.
    I'm with you on the pool neutrality. We have one and it is a lot of work and expense, but recently when I tried to consolidate...
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