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Some experts are calling it the asbestos of the airline industry - it can result in a range of serious health problems, even death. It's called Aerotoxic Syndrome and it's caused by breathing contaminated cabin air.
Imagine not being able to feel any pain. That's the case for two amazing young girls called Ashlyn and Gabby. The idea of being pain free sounds extraordinary but when you hear their stories you might change your mind.
It's difficult to imagine the size of a blue whale until you come alongside one. They are the biggest creature to have ever lived. Hunted almost to extinction just a few decades ago, we're now missing vital information about how to protect the blue whale.
It was the comedy hit of 2011. The Hang Over Part II grossed $600 million at the box office. But behind the scenes the laughs turned to tragedy when Aussie Scott McLean was nearly killed in a stunt that went terribly wrong.
The Somerton Man
In 1948 and an unidentified body was found on Adelaide's Somerton Beach. Now, 65 years after he was buried there are moves to exhume him in an attempt to finally solve this lingering Cold War Mystery
What should have been the happiest time for Olympic gold medallist Alisa Camplin, turned into tragedy two and a half years ago. She and husband Oliver became proud first time parents.
Forty-four years after man set foot on the moon, we've almost got a bit blasé about space travel. Astronauts, once galactic rock-stars, have all but disappeared from public view. But then Chris Hadfield came along.
Life after Death
As science and technology rapidly advance, we're being faced with greater ethical dilemmas. Now it's about life after death. Liz Hayes has just met two women desperate to have children to their dearly departed.
There's no one in the world quite like Betty Klimenko. Her life began in the grimy cell of a Sydney police station but then she was adopted by a holocaust survivor. These days Betty is a tattooed billionaire with a passion for V8 racing cars.
Justice for Thomas
Thomas Kelly had his whole life ahead of him. Then, one Saturday night, in a single, mindless act of violence, it was all taken away.
Chloe Fergusson was just like any other 15-year-old girl - she loved hanging out with her friends, talking about boys and she was always on Facebook. But like so many teenagers, Chloe knew what it meant to be bullied.
Island of Youth
It's special island where people live longer than anyone else on earth. They're also happier and healthier. So how do so many people live to be 100 and still tend their olive trees, drink lots of red wine and dance the night away?
It's fair to say that Julia Morris is no overnight success. For more than 20 years she has plied her trade from stand-up to sketch comedy. But just as things were looking up, Julia had a setback.
Blaise Wyatt was born with severe cerebral palsy. His parents were told he'd never walk. But thanks to a controversial new treatment, he's shown us that courage comes in many shapes and sizes.
Mountains aren't usually known for their role in making and preserving history. But when Mount Vesuvius erupted two thousand years ago - it did just that.
Carved into a mountainside, Petra has survived for two and a half thousand years. Its popularity soared off the back of the Indiana Jones movies but now the "Rose City" has become too popular for its own good.
In Their Footsteps
Tim Jarvis is one of the world's most fearless adventurers who recreates great exploits of the past. His challenges are painstakingly authentic right down to the awful food and the ancient clothing worn by his historical heroes.
It's been four years since Australia lost the much loved and respected Professor Chris O'Brien. Even in the final stages of his life, Chris never gave up on his grand vision for a world-class cancer centre.
Former world champion Tom Carroll redefined surfing. But what few realise is that it's not the massive surf that threatens to him wipeout. It's a long term battle with drugs.
It's the greatest movement of animals on the planet - one and a half million wilderbeest migrating through some of Africa's most stunning wilderness.
Right now, One Direction is the biggest band in the world. Thrown together on a TV talent show, they've achieved more than anyone - least of all themselves - may have ever imagined.
Just 16 days before he died, Tara Brown sat down with Mark 'Chopper' Read for his last ever interview. It quickly became a confessional in which he admitted in graphic detail to murdering four men.
Dolly Parton is a show business superstar. So much about her is unreal - the cosmetic surgery, the wigs, the false eyelashes and fingernails. But when Ray Martin met her in Nashville Tennessee, he found her to be real and honest.
Face of Evil
In 2010, Australian girl Zahra Baker was brutally murdered by her American step mother. At her trial she entered into a plea bargain, meaning she never had to face questions about what she did and why she did it.
How does Philip Sharp manage it? He's got seven wives who have borne him 18 children. Philip is polygamous and proud of it.
The British Navy obliterated a marine paradise when they detonated three atomic bombs at The Montebello Islands off the coast of Western Australia in the 1950s. Now, it's one of nature's most breathtaking comebacks.
Sarah Durazza was a 26-year-old woman with the world at her feet. In August, upset and emotional, Sarah got behind the wheel of her car. Then she made a phone call.
In 1977, Hollywood director and producer Roman Polanski drugged and raped a 13-year-old girl at the home of actor Jack Nicholson. 36 years later, US authorities are still trying to bring him to justice.
Curse of the Bounty
The second HMS Bounty last year sank after deliberately sailing straight into Hurricane Sandy - one of the worst storms ever recorded. The Captain went down with his ship, leaving behind many unanswered questions about his actions on that fateful voyage.
Elisha Neave and her family have had more than their share of genetic bad luck. They all have a deadly gene that predisposes them to breast and ovarian cancer. But now, they finally have something to celebrate.
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