Deadly bacteria in the air
When you fly, you may have have some dangerous and unwanted passengers on board. A recent study looked for potentially deadly bacteria on planes, including E. Coli and MRSA.
Researchers found MRSA on jet seatback pockets. They say it can survive there for up to a week. MRSA is resistant to most anti-biotics.
They also found E. Coli on plane armrests, tray tables and toilet handles.
We recommend that you buy some hand sanitizer before you board your next flight.
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