Charts of cold and flu symptoms are available at WebMD.com. These charts describe the differences between cold and flu symptoms, including fever, headache, general aches and pains, fatigue, and coughing. More »

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A symptom chart can be made by differentiating the symptoms between the common cold and influenza. Several medical websites, such as WebMD and the Health Services Unit of Syracuse University, have symptom charts that dis... More »

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The symptoms of the flu are more severe than the symptoms of a cold, according to WebMD. They also last longer and can lead to serious and even life-threatening complications in some people. Pneumonia is one complication... More »

The symptoms of the flu are more severe than the symptoms of a cold, according to WebMD. They also last longer and can lead to serious and even life-threatening complications in some people. Pneumonia is one complication... More »

Decongestants are cold and flu medicines that help relieve sinus congestion or a clogged nose, while antihistamines are likely effective in managing drainage symptoms, such as watery eyes, postnasal drip and a runny nose... More »

While cinnamon and honey can provide some relief from cold and flu symptoms, no evidence supports that they are effective in curing or preventing the common cold or flu, according to About.com Health. Honey, the most eff... More »

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Symptoms of the flu include a fever of 100 degrees Fahrenheit or greater, sore throat, cough, runny or stuffy nose, chills, headache, body ache, fatigue, vomiting, nausea and diarrhea, according to Flu.gov. Not all peopl... More »

www.reference.com Health Conditions & Diseases Cold & Flu