You are suffering. Is it a cold or the flu? Learn the similarities – and differences.
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There are many reasons why a cough can be worse at night. One of the main reasons is that when you lie down, it is harder for your body to clear your airways.
Your head aches, your nose is clogged, and your throat is sore. All you want to do is crawl into bed and sleep. But that's the problem—you can't sleep, because your symptoms are making you feel miserable.
Most people assume the common cold is a virus. It is actually a specific set of symptoms that occur when your immune system reacts to the presence of foreign invaders.
When people list the main cold symptoms, most include congestion, runny nose, fatigue and watery eyes. Interestingly, pain isn’t often mentioned.
Colds and flu are caused by viruses that spread from person to person. Try these simple steps to help keep you and your family healthier.
Advil Cold & Sinus provides proven pain relief, with an added decongestant that reopens airways and allows the cold-sufferer to breathe easier.
A cold is a viral infection of the nose and throat that can be spread in a number of different ways.
With a cold or flu, severity and duration of symptoms may vary by individual. Most people get a cold several times each year, and the flu only once every few years.
Use the children’s temperature chart to gauge your child’s fever.