Don’t eat the food on board unless it’s sealed, wipe down your tray table and expect to see gross things when you’re crammed on a plane with hundreds of travelers.
E.coli and fecal matter found on airplane tray tables, blankets, and seat pockets
CNN’s Elizabeth Cohen reports on a new study that shows some superbugs can survive on planes for several days.
The holidays are a busy season for airports. Did you know, according to a study in the Journal of Environmental Health Research, you may be up to 100 times more likely to catch a cold on a plane than you are in your normal day-to-day life? But there are tips to staying germ-free while flying the not always friendly skies.