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I've noticed I have a high tendency of getting a cold after an airplane flight. Is there any way I can avoid this?
With all those people packed into that small, sealed space, an airplane cabin can be a petri dish for airborne diseases. And with the added stress of pressure changes, bad food, and the dehydrating effects of the climate control system, your body can be a sitting duck. The best advice is to stay hydrated. Always carry a personal water bottle onto the plane. Drinking water regularly will keep your system clean, and it can also help control jet lag.

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