Michael Davis, MD, pediatrician talks about the common cold and the flu virus and compares the two viral respiratory tract infections.
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The common cold is just that, very common. Healthy children may have up to ten colds per year. That is nearly one cold every month. A cold typically starts with irritation on the throat and a stuffy nose, with other symptoms developing in a few hours.
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