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Is It a Cold or Allergies?

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Not a lot of differences between the two. Thanks. Report
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Very timely article. In NC pine pollen is REALLY strong. The whole state turns pale yellow. So earlier this week when I developed a scratchy throat and a "tickle" that made me want to cough, I said it was just allergies. WRONG! Has now turned into a full-blown cold with headache, earaches and low grade fever. I take Cold-Eze but just wish I'd figured it out sooner, Report
Very informative, while reading it I realized it was already known; however, this chart and artical made it come together a lot better, Thank You Report
I'd suggest following the advice to boost your immune system if you have allergies as well as if you have a cold. Having seasonal, dust, and pet allergies frequently means there's a fair amount of goo in your sinuses; that's an excellent medium for an infection. (For me, a series of sinus infections was how my healthy-care provider figured out I had allergies.) Boosting your immune system may help you stave off the secondary infections; it may even help lesson the symptoms of seasonal allergies. Report
Good article, its not exactly right though. Report

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