Why Airplane Pockets is a Solution for Passengers and Airlines

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Do you know the daunting numbers of flights per day and what statistics are associated to germs and bacterias on planes?

When researchers from the University of Arizona swabbed them during a 2007 study, four out of six tray tables tested positive for MRSA and noroviruses -- a bevy of nasty, germs that can cause vomiting and diarrhea. What's worse, many flight attendants say they only wash tray tables about once per day. Make sure there's a barrier between your food and the tray table, and wash your hands before eating, says Dr. Phyllis Kozarsky, a travel medicine expert with the Centers for Disease Control. "The important thing is to protect yourself as much as possible," she told The Huffington Post.

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