Answers to Cold and Flu Myths: Part 2

While the fall may see the beginning of cold and flu season, it lasts much longer than most people realize. Cold and flu season typically begins late fall and goes until April or May. Plenty of time to catch what’s going around. As we stated in Part 1 of Cold and Flu Myths blog, the two illnesses are often lumped together, but there are important distinctions. And when it comes to prevention and treatment, there are plenty of misconceptions that go around. People tend to mistakenly lump cold and flu together, but there are key differences. Not to mention, there are countless misconceptions about prevention and treatment. In part two of our cold and flu blog, Arkansas Otolaryngology Center co

Answers to Cold and Flu Myths: Part 1

Autumn brings about fall colors, cool air, and long nights. While we enjoy the sweater weather, the cooler months also means the onset of cold and flu season. And as any one of our ENTs in Little Rock, North Little Rock, Benton, and surrounding areas will tell you: we’re right in the middle of it. People tend to mistakenly lump cold and flu together, but there are key differences. Not to mention, there are countless misconceptions about prevention and treatment. In a two-part blog, Arkansas Otolaryngology Center looks at and discusses four common myths about cold and flu: Is the flu just a bad cold? Flu is much more serious than the common cold. Some people use cold and flu interchangeably,

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