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The Psychology of the Common Cold

I have been sniffling for seven days now. SEVEN. DAYS. *Caps indicate extreme frustration* Not only do I feel like crap (I just don’t have an academic word to describe this), but my colleagues and students are certainly turned off. I don’t have enough energy for my dance classes I do for fun, and my diet has consisted of soup and hot toddy’s (seriously clears the sinuses, ask and I’ll give you the recipe). My point is: the common cold affects every aspect of our lives when we get it. A Quick Biology Lesson What we know is that the common cold is a virus in our upper respiratory functions and sinuses. Symptoms are what anyone would describe: stuffy and runny nose, sore throat, mucus build-up,

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