Rise in drug use is found in pilots killed in crashes

9/9/14–Pilots killed in airplane crashes in 2012 tested positive for drugs four times more often than those killed in 1990, shop according to a study by the National Transportation Safety Board, thumb although drawing a causal link between drugs and crashes was difficult. The board, online in a study approved Tuesday, said doctors and the Federal Aviation Administration were not doing enough to warn pilots about how their performance could be affected by drugs — prescription, over-the-counter and illicit. Read