Common Cold and Flu Among Hispanic Americans

It's fall and winter season! This means it is time to take out the sweaters, scarves, beanies, and boots to keep you nice and warm. But, Achoo! You're sneezing, coughing; you have a sore throat, runny nose, and watery eyes. You thought that by keeping warm you wouldn't get the common cold. According to Phyllis A. Balch, cold weather does not cause the colds; it's just that cold viruses tend to flourish in colder temperatures, when there is less mugginess in the atmosphere
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Tension Headaches

Headaches are as common as the common cold. That means that everyone has and will experience headaches throughout his or her life. Headaches can be minimal to severe, and can last minutes to days.
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