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beat the winter sniffles

Here’s how to up your chances of winning against colds and flu this winter
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Child magazine
This is the time of year when cold and flu germs seem to lurk around every corner, ready to pounce. Both colds and flu are airborne viruses, but colds generally cause a runny nose, sore throat and sneezing, while the flu is more likely to affect the whole body, causing fever, aches and headaches. Both are spread when someone comes into contact with droplets from coughing or sneezing, or with saliva, says Johannesburg GP Dr Bibi Aysha Makda.

Keeping colds and flu germs at bay in the office

The office: the dreaded germ hotspot
By: 
Child Magazine

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