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Scientists behind a new study may have found the biological reason we get more respiratory illnesses in winter and it turns out the cold air itself damages the immune response occurring in the nose.

Scientists finally know why people catch more colds and flus in winter

Scientists behind a new study may have found the biological reason why we have more respiratory illnesses in winter and it turns out cold air itself damages the immune response occurring in the body. nose. (Caroline Hayeur, Alamy) Estimated reading time: 5-6 minutes WASHINGTON – A chill is in the air, and you all know …

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Scientists finally know why people catch more colds and flus in winter |  CNN

Scientists finally know why people catch more colds and flus in winter | CNN

Editor’s note: Get inspired with a weekly roundup of living well, simplified. Subscribe to CNN life, but better newsletter with information and tools to improve your well-being. CNN — A chill is in the air, and you all know what that means – it’s time for cold and flu season, when it seems like everyone …

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Scientists finally know why people catch more colds and flus in winter |  CNN

Scientists finally know why people catch more colds and flus in winter | CNN

Editor’s note: Get inspired with a weekly roundup of living well, simplified. Subscribe to CNN life, but better newsletter with information and tools to improve your well-being. CNN — A chill is in the air, and you all know what that means – it’s time for cold and flu season, when it seems like everyone …

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