MD247 Discusses Common Cold Symptoms and the Christmas Season

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On Tuesday morning, MD247 released an alert to all telemedicine program members discussing the subject of the common cold during the Christmas holiday season.

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MD247 Reviews Christmas Colds.

On Tuesday morning, MD247 released an alert to all telemedicine program members discussing the subject of the common cold during the Christmas holiday season. The MD247 content creation team released the alert to all program members as a way by which to combat the alarming increase in reported cases of the common cold.

MD247 explained that cold season in the United States begins in early autumn, hitting its peak around the Christmas holiday, and it extends into and a bit beyond early spring in many regions. The most common cold symptoms can include those provided in a “Christmas Cold Symptoms” checklist below:

  • Congestion.
  • Watery Eyes.
  • Itching in Nose, Throat or Eyes.
  • Exhaustion.
  • Possible Low-Grade Fever.
  • A Dry Cough.
  • A Headache.

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