It's important to remember that it's not called the cold season because it's cold outside, but because people are indoors more and the cold virus survives better indoors. The virus spreads itself through direct and indirect contact.
This is bad news for all those people traveling, especially on airplanes.
Some tips to stay healthy are keeping hydrated, exercising and eating right.
Health official warn of cases of The Whooping Cough in Charlottesville and Albemarle County.
The virus usually starts with cold symptoms then progresses to a barking cough. If you experience these symptoms, see your doctor immediately.
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