IT’S NOT WINTER, WHY AM I SICK?
Learn reasons why someone might catch a cold in warmer months.
When we think of getting sick, we usually associate that with cold weather. While it’s true that in winter months, the chances of getting sick are greatly increased, it is possible to get the flu all year round. Here are four reasons why cold and flu symptoms may arise in warmer months.
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