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What Puts You at Risk for the Common Cold?

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Older Adults Have an Increased Risk of Colds continued...

No matter what your age or health situation, start today to prevent colds and avoid getting another viral or bacterial infection. When you do, you'll make the future healthier for yourself and for those around you.

On an added note, friends are good medicine, especially during cold season. So, if you do nothing else, maintain good social support to help avoid getting too sick with colds this year!

 

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Reviewed by Varnada Karriem-Norwood, MD on July 14, 2014
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