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It might have been 85 degrees, partly cloudy, with a slight breeze in Southeast Texas: I loved it, one friend started to sweat another just agreed...
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Well, that's a tough one to answer. It could just be that you need to put on a sweater. (wink)If you've been feeling cold for some time now...
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The cold and the flu are caused by different viruses. So a cold can’t turn into the flu. But there’s nothing stopping you from getting a cold and the...
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It's how the body is made.  For testicles to produce sperm and keep them alive, they need to stay at a certain temperature (which is a bit...
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You're body is digesting food. So blood, heat, and energy go to organs in charge of digestion to digest the food after you eat and retracts from...
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The common cold can be caused by nearly 250 different viruses. It's just too difficult for scientists to prepare a vaccine that protects against all...
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the tingling idk about... but the coldness in hands and feet can be normal.. ? for years now my feet are always cold even if i have socks on. it cold...
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That's a great question! Bravo to you for taking a moment to question the conventional wisdom. There are actually a few reasons why we exhort...
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First off, a cold sore is a form of herpes, so once you get it, there's no getting rid of it.  The virus stays dormant in your body until...
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It's an interesting question, isn't it? Though having a cold certainly is never any fun!I've also noticed that the severity of cold...
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Many flu and cold medications have not been well studied in pregnancy. If you are pregnant and have the flu, call your doctor before taking any over...
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You can get a flu vaccine when you have a cold, or you can wait a few more days. Colds only last about a week.
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No. Colds and influenza are caused by viruses, not temperature changes. Viruses enter the...
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To drink or swim in it???  If you are talking about drinking cold water, then I have to tell you that ice cold water is my favorite drink...
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It would depend on which cold medicine you were taking and if it also contained an antihistamine. You would not want to take two antihistamines. I...