In the News – Washington Post on flight attendant health impacts from uniforms

A jury in California recently awarded more than $1 million in a verdict against Twin Hill, the maker of airline attendants’ uniforms used by American Airlines crew, due to serious negative health impacts associated with the clothing. Research from the Harvard Flight Attendant Health Study played a pivotal role in the legal victory.  Eileen McNeely, principal investigator of the Flight Attendant Health Study, was interviewed by the Washington Post about the findings from her study on the health impacts of new uniforms.

Read the Washington Post article.