The 3 Biggest Myths About the Common Cold, According to a Doctor
Coming down with a cold can be such a drag. You're often not quite sick enough to stay in bed (unless you have a fever, in which case you should definitely keep those germs at home), but a runny nose, nasal congestion, and crushing sinus pressure can certainly leave you feeling sluggish. With adults typically getting two to three colds per year, it helps to know how to treat the symptoms and prevent their spread. Unfortunately, there are a lot of misconceptions out there. Find out what they are and see what really works, so you can better navigate this cold and flu season.