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General Tips about Colds
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Prevention: Products
Echinacea  
Vitamin C  
Zinc nasal sprays    
Zinc lozenges      
Prevention: Actions
Don't smoke      
Avoid second-hand smoke     
Wash your hands     
Sanitize surfaces       
Prevention: Immune System
Eat dark green vegetables     
Eat fish (for omega-3)     
Eat low-fat yogurt     
Reduction in Severity or Length
Eat chicken soup       
Echinacea  
Vitamin A     
Vitamin C   
Zinc lozenges  

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U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)
"Colds are most prevalent among children, and seem to be related to their increased contact with other children in schools and day care centers, or their relative lack of resistance to infection.

"Children have about six to ten colds a year on average, but in families with children in school, the number of colds per child can be as high as 12 a year."
- Common Cold, Overview


"There is no evidence that you can get a cold from exposure to cold weather or from getting chilled or overheated."
- Common Cold, Cause
"Women, especially those aged 20 to 30 years, have more colds than men, possibly because of more close contact with children. Adults average about two to four colds per year, although the range varies widely.

"On average, individuals older than 60 have fewer than one cold a year."
- Common Cold, Overview
Sources
DrK -drkoop.com® article 1 and article 2.
Mayo -MayoClinic.com: article 1 and article 2.
Medl -Medline Plus (a service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Medicine): article 1, article 2 and article 3.
NCB -National Center for Biotechnology Information (a service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health): article 1.
NCC-National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (a division of the U.S. National Institutes of Health): article 1.
NIA-National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (USA): article 1.
WMD -WebMD®: article 1.




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