Fever is not Necessarily a Cold

The formal name of the disease we usually call “cold” is “cold syndrome“. Eighty to ninety percent of the causes are due to “viral infection.” In general. Fever is not Necessarily a Cold In general, the virus floating in the air enters the nose and throat by inhaling and multiplies on mucou membranes to cause...
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,The formal name of the disease we usually call "cold" is "cold syndrome". Eighty to ninety percent of the causes are due to "viral infection." In general.

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