Kick Winter Colds with this Trick

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Sick as a dog? Stay hydrated with clear liquids.


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When cold weather hits, so does cold and flu season. Fevers can cause dehydration, as can vomiting and excessive sweating. To get better faster, stay hydrated with clear liquids. For a chest cold, opt for hot water or tea (the warm liquids will help break up chest congestion).  READ MORE...

Go for Ginger

If it’s the stomach flu that’s got you down, go for ginger ale or ginger tea — the spicy root is a great way to help quell nausea

Sorry, C

While consuming vitamin C may help colds strike less frequently, there’s no evidence to support it can prevent or treat sickness that’s already set in. 

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