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Hi, I catch a cold every winter for a few times. But, sometimes I get diagnosed with a flu. What is the difference between cold and flu?

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Colds are viral infections of the nose and throat. A cold lasts for a few days up to one week. If it takes longer it suggests poor immunity, and this can be case in children, elderly people, and those in poor health.It is estimated that people usually get an average of two to four colds per year, mostly in winter time. And children are more effected with an average of six to eight colds per year. As they are highly contagious, contact with other persons susceptible to cold development should be avoided. Flu and cold are just two different names for the same disease, and if people say cold or flu they mean of viral infection spread from person to person.
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