There are a lot of studies over the years about how barbers tend to die young, because they work with their hands in the air so much. There is also the debate about Concorde crews and radiation.
But, are there any known or believed to be true differences in careers as pilots and flight attendants versus other occupations? I realize that a lot of other factors would be mixed in like life away from home, sleep in many different places, good/bad food availability, etc. But, I've always wondered if life in these occupations produce differences in health, longevity, etc., etc. Does anyone know if this has ever been studied?