Jan 17, 2017
Post By: Children's Health
It is a common myth that you can get a cold from spending time outside when it’s cold. However, the cold viruses thrive in winter weather, so there is a higher risk for getting sick this time of year. Luckily, there are steps you can take to make lower your chances of getting sick, including getting enough sleep, eating right, and washing your hands.
All these behaviors are good for health year-round, so by make them a habit and you’ll be well on your way to avoiding getting a colds and flu this winter.
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