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10 Ways to Prevent Spring Colds & Flu

Kimberly Love

Nothing is worse than getting a cold or flu as the weather gets warmer. There’s something especially wrong about getting hit with a bug on your way to socialize with friends or enjoy family fun in the sun. Most infections are transferred by airborne particles in saliva and other fluids flying your way through the air that you breathe. Coughing, sneezing and close talking are the biggest culprits. Touching someone’s virus-laden hand is another method of contraction of seasonal invaders. Making small dedicated changes to your habits or adding an extra medicinal ingredient to your salads or soups are the most effective ways to ward off the sickening effects of an airborne spray of unfriendly pathogens.

Here are 10 of the easiest ways to stop colds and flus in their sneaky tracks:

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