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  • Coping With Cold Sores

    Coping With Cold Sores. ... What's that? Adam wondered. What Is a Cold Sore?
    Cold sores are small blisters that is reddish and a little painful. ...

  • What Is an Ear Infection?

    ... You do not catch ear infections from other people, though you might catch
    a cold that then leads to an ear ... You also can try not to catch colds. ...

  • A Kid's Guide to Fever

    ... You may feel very cold even though the room isn't cold and even though you
    have your pajamas or nightgown on and lots of blankets around you. ...

  • Learning About Allergies

    ... Colds don't itch. The mucus, the stuff that comes from your nose or that you
    cough up, is different, too. With allergies, it's clear like water. With a cold, ...

  • Winter Sports: Sledding, Skiing, Snowboarding, Skating

    ... Dress in layers, people often say. This is true, but some of the newer fabrics
    for cold weather give you the warmth of layers without all the bulk. ...

  • Help With Hives

    ... But if you don't know why you get hives, it's tough to prevent them. Some kids
    get hives when they have a virus, such as a bad cold or stomach flu. ...

  • Strains and Sprains Are a Pain

    ... He or she may gently touch the area, check the color, feel if your skin
    is warm or cold, and look for swelling and tenderness. ...

  • Swimming

    ... Test the pool's water temperature before you plunge in. Cold water can shock
    your body and make your blood pressure and heart rate go up. ...

  • What to Do if You Can't Sleep

    ... easier. Feeling Uncomfortable. If you feel too hot, too cold, hungry, or
    crowded, you won't get to sleep like you should. Prevent ...

  • Word! Triggers

    ... Some common triggers include colds, smoke, cold air, exercise, and anything
    that causes an allergic reaction, such as dust mites or pollen.

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