6 Myths When It Comes To The Common Cold And Flu

As the colder weather sets in on the Northern hemisphere, what most will begin is to remain indoors to avoid the chilling weather. What accompanies is a shift in temperature, which increases the chances that one will catch the common cold, or god forbid the flu.

This colder weather also signals the festive season where there’s increased human contact, enjoying the holidays with friends and family.

No one wants to pass on or contract a runny or plugged nose, nagging cough, or sore throat. So what needs to be understood, …

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6 Misconceptions When It Comes To The Common Cold And Flu

As the colder weather sets in on the Northern hemisphere, what most will begin is to remain indoors to avoid the chilling weather. What accompanies is a shift in temperature, which increases the chances that one will catch the common cold, or god forbid the flu. This colder weather also signals the festive season where there’s increased human contact, enjoying the holidays with friends and family. No one wants to pass on or contract a runny or plugged nose, nagging cough, or sore throat. So what needs to be understood, …

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