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Cold is referred to as a cold because it is usually very common during the wintry and rainy seasons when there are cold temperatures. However, a person can also get cold any time of the year, as stated by MedlinePlus. More »

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Snow is cold because it is formed by water crystals combining, a process that can only occur when the temperature falls to 35 degrees Fahrenheit or below. When the temperature is over 35 degrees Fahrenheit, the precipita... More »

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A head cold is a viral infection of the upper respiratory tract that is also referred to as a "common cold." According to WebMD, common symptoms consist of a runny nose, scratchy throat, nasal congestion and cough. Addit... More »

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It takes two to three days for a person to start experiencing cold symptoms after coming in contact with an infected person, according to MedlinePlus. Children are at a higher risk of catching cold since they tend to hav... More »

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It is usually safe for a person with a cold to exercise, according to WebMD. It is important to pay attention to the body's signals to avoid overworking the body and causing more harm than good. More »

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Parents Magazine recommends several at-home therapies to treat an infant with a cold, including elevating the infant's head, running a humidifier and using a nasal aspirator to clear nasal congestion. While the FDA recom... More »

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According to a CNN news report, those with a cold can go swimming. However, the report stated that the outcome may differ depending on the individual. More »

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