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No, you can't catch a cold from plants. You can, however, inhale lots of grass pollen because... we would run around and lots of dried grass dust would get kicked up. The second clue it's a pollen allergy is the short nature of it. Colds last longer than 24 hours. http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/Cold-common/Pages/Introduction.aspx


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In summary, alcohol can make you feel warmer because it increases the blood flow in the skin, but it does not likely increase your body temperature; it can even decrease it. 1) A 1994 review article Alcohol ingestion and temperature regulation during cold exposure concludes that in cold environment alcohol lowers core body temperature. Alcohol can impair ...


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There's one vaccine composition for the southern hemisphere and one for the northern hemisphere each year. The WHO publishes the composition recommendations. For example, the composition for the 2019/2020 northern hemisphere winter season was: an A/Brisbane/02/2018 (H1N1)pdm09-like virus; an A/Kansas/14/2017 (H3N2)-like virus; a B/Colorado/06/2017-like ...


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https://www.polleninfo.org/fileadmin/template/img/chartimages/currency/resized/POAC_06_1.gif According to the little number on the lower left, this is from 2012. The situation is worse than I expected in Europe. Also, there is a map from the states: http://www.allamericanallergy.com/images/Ragweed%20Pollen%20Map%2008-25-2014.jpg It will be so cool to ...


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