I’ve said it to my kids a thousand times: “Cover your mouth when you sneeze.” And they dutifully cup their hands and let those effluents fly into their chubby little palms and fingers. I’ve been wrong, wrong, wrong. Now I know better, thanks to a brief and amusing video that’s running on campus cable channel 53. It preaches a better way—let it go in your sleeve, where the germs get trapped in the fabric to dry up and die. Credit for bringing us the video goes to Pam Falk, director of healthcare epidemiology and germ crusader. Tune in if you get a minute.