Colds, Flu & YOU: Separate fact form fiction and stay healthy this winter

Spencer Scott, Paula
September 2012
Arthritis Today;Sep/Oct2012, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p61
The article discusses some myths and truths about catching cold or flu for people with arthritis. It is suggested that one can catch cold through eyes. However, loading up on vitamin C wards off cold and flu shots are not safe for people with rheumatoid arthritis are myths.


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