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10 Times The Internet Threw A Fit About Getting A Cold

Can we all just collectively agree that getting a cold is the absolute worst thing about the cooler seasons? Research shows that months with plunging temperatures are when people are more likely to get sick, thanks to weaker immune defenses. Cold weather also forces people indoors more often where it’s easier to be trapped with viruses. Germs may also thrive in general during the winter.
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