Combination cold and flu medication
Keywords: colds, flu, combination medication
AbstractThe common cold is the most common infectious illness in the general population. It is also the main reason for people missing work or school. The term ‘common cold’ refers to a mild viral upper respiratory tract infection that causes symptoms of a blocked and/or runny nose, sneezing, sore throat, cough, low-grade fever, headache and malaise. The common cold is not the same as influenza, although many people with a bad cold often report having the ‘flu’.
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