Why some people NEVER catch a cold and how YOU could be one of them by following simple steps to stay sniffle-free

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Release date: 19/1/2019

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Daniel Davis, author of The Beautiful Cure, and Professor of Immunology at University of Manchester, says: ‘Some of us are better at fighting off a particular year’s cold than others, but the same person might not be as good at dealing with next year’s virus.’

According to new studies, stress is also a factor. Prof Davis says: ‘Worry, in the long-term, affects the immune system, weakening its ability to fight off the cold virus.’

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-6610239/Why-people-NEVER-catch-cold-one-them.html

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TitleWhy some people NEVER catch a cold and how YOU could be one of them by following simple steps to stay sniffle-free
Media name/outletMail Online
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date19/01/19
DescriptionDaniel Davis, author of The Beautiful Cure, and Professor of Immunology at University of Manchester, says: ‘Some of us are better at fighting off a particular year’s cold than others, but the same person might not be as good at dealing with next year’s virus.’

According to new studies, stress is also a factor. Prof Davis says: ‘Worry, in the long-term, affects the immune system, weakening its ability to fight off the cold virus.’
URLhttps://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-6610239/Why-people-NEVER-catch-cold-one-them.html
PersonsDaniel Davis