Hundreds Of Flight Attendants Fall Ill With Hair Falling Out


Alexander Higgins 

Following wild-life dies offs and polar bears losing their fur hundreds of Alaska airline attendants complain of mysteriously illness with symptoms including itchy rashes and hair falling out.

It is just making news now but since last year Alaskan Airplane flight attendants started mysteriously getting ill with symptoms that include itchy rashes and hair falling out of their heads.

The official story is “toxic uniforms” are to blame, but as I previously reported wild life in Alaska is also suffering from mysterious die-offs with polar bears losing their fur and skin lesions and many forms of wild-life becoming mysteriously ill.

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Flight attendants fall ill after wearing ‘toxic’ uniforms which ‘make their HAIR fall out’

Hundreds of Alaska Airlines flight attendants say their new uniforms are making them ill.The attendants have complained that the outfits, which may be contaminated with a toxic chemical, have caused itching, hair loss and other unpleasant reactions.

In a letter to the company’s president, union leaders representing Alaska Airlines employees demanded that the uniforms are changed.

Painful: 280 attendants have complained about the uniforms causing itching, hair loss and other adverse side affects

The Association of Flight Attendants says that 280 flight stewards – roughly one in 10 of the total workforce – have suffered from the side effects since the new uniforms were introduced last year.


The attendant said he didn’t know whether the uniform was definitely the cause of the rash but added: ‘I didn’t have it until I flew six, seven days in a row and then I started breaking out.’


Source: The Daily Mail

Here is a snip from my report on the animal die-offs.

Marine Die-offs, Polar Bears Losing Fur And Sick Animals In Alaska As Radiation Hits West Coast

Marine and land life in Alaska is being sickened and dieing off from an unknown causes as a wave of Fukushima nuclear radiation heads toward the coast of California.

The raw story just ran a corporate media article acknowledging the discovery of Iodine radiation in kelp off the coast of California.

The story added few details to what has already been widely reported in the alternative media. Most notably was the iodine was first detected in the water within a month of the Fukushima meltdown and the double speak over the safety because the levels are supposedly relatively low. Relative to what?

Radiation from Japan found in kelp off U.S. West Coast

LOS ANGELES — Radioactive iodine was found in kelp off the US West Coast following last year’s earthquake-triggered Fukushima Daiichi nuclear meltdown, according to a new study.

It was already known that radioactive iodine 131 (131-I), carried in the atmosphere, made it across the Pacific within days of the March 11, 2011 tsunami disaster, albeit in minuscule amounts.

But marine biologists at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) discovered the radioactive isotope in ocean kelp, which is “one of the strongest plant accumulators of iodine,” within a month of the accident.

“We measured significant, although most likely non-harmful levels of radioactive iodine in tissue of the giant kelp Macrocystis pyrifera,” said Steven L. Manley, author of the study with Christopher G. Lowe

“Although it is probably not harmful for humans because it was relatively low levels, it may have affected certain fish that graze on the tissue because fish have a thyroid system that utilizes iodine.”


Source: Raw Story

What was most notable about the story was the following comment which points out the polar bears in Alaska are losing their fur and there are marine die-offs occurring in the Gulf of Alaska.

Anyone talking about the recent strange illness involving polar bears losing their fur? The reported marine die-offs in the Gulf of Alaska?…

Polar Bears Show Signs of Mysterious Illness

Polar bears with Alopecia and skin lesions in the Beaufort Sea. March 21, 2012. Photo courtesy USGS.

Biologists have found Polar Bears in the Beaufort Sea with hair loss and skin lesions. Those are the same symptoms that have sickened ice seals and walruses in the arctic since last summer and led the federal government to declare the incident an unusual mortality event. Scientists are just beginning an investigation into whether polar bears are suffering from the same thing.

“The first day we observed it was on March 21st and we had three captures and two of them had Alopecia, which is the skin loss and so it was like, ‘oh that’s interesting.’ Then we started picking it up on other animals in later march so it was like, this is more than normal.”

So far, the field scientists have found hair loss on nine of the 33 bears they’ve captured. The bears have skin lesions on their head, neck and ears. Degange says they have found polar bears with similar symptoms since 1999, but the number of effected bears makes this year unusual:

“The bears appear to be healthy otherwise. We haven’t seen any dead bears, so its not a mortality event as far as we know. But the fact that its occurring at the same time as this unexplained mortality event with seals certainly raises the interest level.”

The biologists collected blood and tissues from the affected bears to try to figure out if the symptoms are related to the mysterious illness that has been found in ice seals and walruses. Dozens of seals have died from the disease, but no walrus deaths are attributed to it. Scientists don’t know yet if the walrus and seals are suffering from the same thing. Although the veterinary pathologist who has done most of the necropsies on the animals say the lesions look very similar under the microscope. Julie Speegle is a spokesperson for the National Marine Fisheries Service. She says its been a difficult case:


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Then If you haven’t seen it check out this video of the radiation in airplane fights which was recorded during a flight from Michigan to Georgia which is much further from Fukushima.


In this video Fukushima Diary author discusses the “burning skin” from Fukushima radiation:


Also from a previous post:

Japanese School Children Suffering Horribly From Fukushima Nuclear Fallout

Horrific videos of crimes against humanity being inflicted on the citizens of Japan as part of the Fukushima nuclear fallout cover up.

Japanese Professor on Fukushima and Media: Children Bleeding from Nostrils, Skin Diseases, Cardiovascular Diseases.


That sparked a conversation about it on Twitter about other horrible stories in Japan being ignored by the government of Japan.

I was eventually forwarded this video which shows a Japanese school teacher telling the horror stories of her school children suffering similar symptoms.

The bottom line is the continuity of government is the government’s number one priority.

With out the people there is no government and hence Japan will not be evacuated.

Always keep this in mind.


7 Responses

  1. m says:

    Ban airplanes and nuke powerplants.

  2. RINGO says:


  3. deenie says:

    I think you are right. Sooner or later they evidence will be so “in your face” that the authorities will have to act as the ongoing denial of Fukushima cannot be sustained. Already there are way too many coincidences occurring but there’s no action. I am sure that Fukushima nuke disaster is part of the population culling program along with GM food, vaccines, HAARP, chemtrails, fluoride, pesticides, drugs, financial collapse, HFCS, aspartame, war, etc..

  4. microwaves says:

    Haarp’s microwaves I would suppose

  5. Stan Sikorski says:

    No doubt Fukashima fallout in some cases. But the flight attendants problem could be caused by cosmic rays, gamma and such from excessive high altitude flight. These rays have been very active as the Sun has been very active lately. Something to consider.

    • Barry says:

      Gamma ray, through the fusilarge of the plane and their clothes? That dosent sound feasible despite the activity of the sun.

    • deenie says:

      I hope you’re supposition is the right one. Maybe looking at the animals down around Galapagos Islands (south of equator) would shed some light.

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