Weather doesn't directly raise risk of illness

Weather doesn't directly raise risk of illness

Weather doesn't directly raise risk of illness

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by WCNC.com Staff

WCNC.com

Posted on February 5, 2013 at 6:12 PM

Topping health headlines is talk that’s busting a myth about a change in the temperature being to blame for a common cold.

Doctors say colds and the flu are viruses, which are spread through people.

The reason we get sick when it's colder outside, doctors say, is because we typically are spending more time indoors in direct contact with people so illnesses spread quicker.
 
Washing your hands regularly is a great way to prevent illness.


 

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