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www.reference.com/article/long-cold-last-cb9cf24d454febbe

According to Healthline, a typical cold lasts about 10 days. A cold is an upper respiratory tract infection caused by a virus. Symptoms include a runny nose, sore throat, coughing, sneezing, fatigue and congestion.

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Waxing lasts approximately six weeks, although re-growth often appears sooner. The amount of time that waxing lasts is determined by the hair's overall growth cycle, the hair growth cycle of the person being waxed, hair breakage and how often the person is waxed.

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The effects of acid can last up to 12 hours. Acid, also known as LSD, is a potent drug that alters the way the user perceives the world. In the United States, it is a Schedule I drug, making it illegal to purchase, possess, manufacture or sell.

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Each term of Congress last two years, and each term consists of two sessions that are each a year long. Senators serve six-year terms, and representatives serve two-year terms.

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Symptoms of the flu usually last for seven to 14 days, with the individual being contagious beginning a day before symptoms appear through the first week of the flu, according to Flu.gov. Young children and adults with weakened immune systems sometimes remain contagious...

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According to WebMD, chalazions often disappear on their own within a few months without treatment. Doctors recommend home treatment with warm, wet compresses or over-the-counter eye wash. If a chalazion is bothersome or doesn't go away on its own, a doctor may treat it ...

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Molasses does not have an official expiration date and there is some question as to whether it ever goes bad. It is sold instead with a "best before" date, indicating the date at which it may start to lose flavor.