So it's still the virus, not the cold air, that's causing you to fall ill. ... In the spring,
seasonal sniffing can also come from another culprit: allergies. ... enough — and
not under too much physical or emotional stress [you're less likely to get sick].".
Sep 1, 2016 ... Learn why cold weather gets a bad rap and what culprits you should ... Click
through this slideshow to learn why you get sick during the winter months. ...
getting sick, cold air may contribute to conditions that lead to illness.
Jan 12, 2015 ... Scientists may finally be able to confirm the widely-held suspicion that bad
weather can make you sick. While the common cold's name seems ...
There are several factors influencing one's susceptibility or risk of cold related
injury or illness. These factors can be additive. Thus, it is essential to appreciate ...
Stay healthy in the winter and forget these 10 common cold-weather health myths
. ... Problem is, these fictions don't just give you the warm and fuzzies—they can
pack on the pounds, stuff up your nose, and even increase ... This season, don't
let these winter health myths get the best of you. .... How to Sick-Proof Your
Oct 18, 2016 ... We've all been told to bundle up or we'll catch cold. But science says the common
cold is caused by the rhinovirus, not the weather. ... Climate change might mean
nicer weather in some places—but don't get too excited ...
Researchers found that the cold virus can reproduce more efficiently in the cooler
... could be the real reason people get sick when the temperature takes a dip.
... cold weather. Here's how to help your body deal with cold weather ailments. ...
The illness is unpleasant, but it's usually over within a couple of days. Top tip: ...
Oct 31, 2014 ... Spending more time indoors in cold weather can foster the spread of ... but what
may be a 24-hour cold for me may be a week (of illness] for ...