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Cough & Cold

Your nose is running, you've got a cough, and your throat is raw. Is it a cold, allergies, or the flu?

There are similarities to all three, but a few telltale signs can help you tell them apart.

It usually begins with a sore throat, and before you know it, you've also got these symptoms:

You're most contagious during the first 3 days that you're sick, but it's still possible to spread it during the first week.

 

You usually don't get a fever with a cold. If you do, it may be a sign you've got the flu or an infection with a bacteria.

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