When I was growing up, I was always told to cover my mouth whenever coughing or sneezing. Maybe that was just part of the Asian culture I grew up in, but it made sense to me from a health standpoint. So every time I sneeze, I either quickly reach for my handkerchief or turn away. Almost everyone at work (or anywhere else, for that matter) sneezes out in the open. For instance, my next-door work buddy "Dick" gets nasal allergies, as do a lot of people in my office. He sneezes in his cube three to four times in a row. We even have an employee, "Teri," who's notorious for her bouts of cluster sneezes, and they're the weirdest and funniest sounds one could hear in the office. We even had an employee who's now retired who made sure everyone in the office heard her sneeze. During cold and flu season, it bothers me when Dick sneezes without covering his mouth. That is a surefire way to spread germs around. How do you deal with your or other people's sneezing? Do you cover your mouth if possible? Are you bothered when others don't? What say you?