Why Do We Sneeze When We Have a Cold?

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We sneeze when we have a cold because when one has been affected by a cold, the sensitive lining of the nose becomes irritated. The nerve endings get stimulated, which sends a message to the brain causing a reflex reaction that leads to a sneeze.
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