Hand washing has long been touted as a way to prevent a cold during cold and flu season, and experts agree that is wise. But here's the newest twist: Paying attention to where you put your hands - and scheduling your hand washing around where your hands have been, rather than the clock - appear to be important, too. That's because cold viruses may linger on surfaces longer than suspected, according to Hendley and other
Japanese researches say gargling might stop viruses from attaching to throat cells. Most certainly it’s not a very pleasant task and you may feel embarrassed in front of your family members each time you start making weird noises while gargling but that shouldn’t deter you from trying it.
Nonetheless, in spite of all these precautions, if you do catch a cold, then try some of these home-remedies for relief.
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