Good question, christine. Some people think that it is the cold that makes you sick, but the weather only has an inderect relationship with catching a cold. When it is cold, people stay inside more, which means they have more contact with other people, which means more of a chance of spreading germs and getting sick.
Hope this helps!
Cold weather doesn’t mean catching a cold. Cold weather only compromises the immune system thus making catching a cold more likely. Scientists found that cold noses reduce our ability to fight viruses. The reason why we catch a cold during colder seasons has more to to do with the reproduction of viruses.
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