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If you are a frequent flier, you are well aware of the most common after-effects of flying -- jet lag. But the list doesn't end with that. Flying causes numerous changes in your body, which in turn affect your overall wellbeing. Right from numbing your taste buds to fatigue, fliers have to bear the burnt. Even this is not as big a concern as flying often puts you at an increased risk of skin cancer. Don't believe us? Watch this video to know more.
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