Coughing, sneezing and congestion are all usually signs of a cold. Open and shut case, right? But before you wag your finger at the virus, consider this: Allergies could also be the culprit for those irritating symptoms.
Cold and flu season can overlap with allergy season. While pollen is notorious for causing allergies to act up in the spring, ragweed and mold spores can trigger symptoms in the fall. So is it possible to tell the difference between your average allergies and a full-blown cold?
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