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It starts with an achy body and the sniffles and before you know it, your eyes are puffy and red and your nose is all stuffed up. You're coughing, you're sneezing, you're completely miserable. Welcome to the height of cold and flu season, friends.
Who has time to be sick? Sure, playing hooky from class or work is fun, but not when you’re surrounded by a sea of used tissues.
The good news is you don't necessarily have to load up on the sleep-inducing cold and flu medicines, despite the fact that everyone around you has fallen ill or you’re starting to feel under the weather. There are plenty of ways to combat the common cold through your daily routine. Washing hands often, getting enough sleep, and even eating some of your favorite foods can keep the sniffles at bay or lessen the time you have them.
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The weather across the eastern half of the United States has felt more like early spring recently, but more typical winter cold will return for the final days of January.
More lives and property will be threatened across the southeastern United States into Sunday night as an outbreak of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes erupt.
Welcome rain will return to northern India later this week, sweeping away the persistent fog and haze, but only for a brief time.
State emergency management officials say 12 people were killed and 23 injured after a twister hit the southernmost area of Georgia on the Florida border, the AP reported.
A multifaceted storm will bring major disruptions to the northeastern United States spanning Sunday night into Tuesday.
A magnitude-7.9 rocked Bougainville Island in Papua New Guinea on Sunday afternoon, local time.
A tornado tore through the town of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, during the early morning hours on Saturday.
A major storm will accompany mild temperatures in the northeastern United States early this week.