cold and flu
A head cold falls under the "common cold" category. Typically flu does not cause nasal congestion.
The common cold and flu.
The common cold and the flu are caused by two different types of viruses so there really is no relationship between them or an illness you have from one or the other. You can have the flu without having had a common cold virus and vice versa.
The common cold, the flu, mumps, measles.
Stomach flu, Flu, Common cold, and such things.=)
no it is the flu or common cold
Most people can not tell if you have any symptoms of the common cold you should see your doctor to see if it is swine flu or not.
No. There is a vaccine for the flu and H1N1, but not for the common cold. But all you need for the common cold is TLC and a little bit of orange-flavored Delsum. :)
That won't cause the flu unless you are drinking from the same glass someone with the flu used soon after they did. Cold weather and cold things do not cause the common cold, viruses do. See the related questions for more details.
The common cold, or the flu.
no you cannot die from the common cold unless you are immunocompromized because it is not that serious, you can die from the flu though.
Not typically since usually an otherwise healthy person has only one viral infection at a time. The common cold and the flu are caused by different types of viruses.
H1N1 is a common virus, e.g. the flu. Since the flu is such a common illness, it is likely that Justin Bieber at some point has had a cold or flu.
Pigs are no more to blame for swine flu than humans are for the common cold.
yes it can
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The common cold, flu, herpes.
If you are asking about a relationship between the common cold and influenza, there is one: both the common cold and influenza are caused by viruses. Other than that relationship, and that they both affect the upper respiratory system, they are not otherwise related. If your question is asking if getting the flu is related to being cold or in the cold, then see the related questions in the related questions section for information about getting a cold or the flu from cold weather.