Cough And Colds Have One Thing in Common - and It's Not Always Colder Weather
NEW YORK, Oct. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- The cough and cold season is almost here and now new research reveals that it may not be where you live, but the stresses you live with that make you more susceptible. A new study reveals that the cumulative effects of environmental stresses, such as long commutes in the car, smog and pollution, and population shifts may play a role in weakening our immune system, leaving us more susceptible to coughs and colds. Daily stress may increase the risk of colds so be prepared for the cough and cold season. Make sure you have portable, uncomplicated products like new Triaminic and Theraflu Thin Strips. The thin film melts on your tongue in an instant to easily and effectively treat the multiple symptoms of colds. For more information, visit http://www.triaminic.com SOUND BITE: JACK LEVIN, SOCIOLOGIST, NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY, BOSTON, MA ADDITIONAL RE
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