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Avoid the fall cold
November 16, 2012 - Lisa Reed
For those who haven’t gotten the fall cold going around, consider yourself lucky.
It starts with a tickle in your throat and then becomes a cough. At first, it keeps you awake at night for fear you will stop breathing because your throats gets so dry.
A runny nose, sneezing, tiredness and a headache are also some of the cold’s symptoms.
Downing cough syrup every four hours or sucking on cough drops, drinking green tea and/or orange juice, and eating chicken soup help in making one suffering from this cold feel better.
I say if you get this cold, load up on Vitamin C and antioxidants and get plenty of rest.
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