Flying in one of those disease-ridden tin cans known as an airplane has just gotten healthier with this Plane Clean Air Filter. Simply stick its adhesive gasket to that ventilation nozzle above your seat, and its makers say the filter within will remove 99.5% of those creepy crawlies in the air. It's said to be able to cleanse the air of harmful bacteria, allergens and even viruses that could be blown into your face. When you arrive at your destination, you simply unstick the filter, taking it with you for the next flight.
This $19.99 device can remove some pathogens from the air, but it's more likely you'll catch a disease with your hands, touching infected surfaces or people and then transferring the contagion to your eyes. So once you stick up this magic clean air filter, be sure to wash your hands twice an hour, stop touching yourself and use that bacteria-killing mouse we showed you, and then you'll be nearly disease-free. Or you could just stay at home and you won't catch anything from anybody, except maybe that mail carrier, who's undoubtedly out to get you.