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-- back now let's have a house call in her house doctors that are Rosenfeld it's time for the cold season again you're dreading it.
They've got the sniffles and the cops are ready what can you do to prevent it doctor Rosenfeld has the prescription -- what.
What can we -- I don't know about you but when I was a kid.
A mother used to say.
Put your scarf on -- your gloves on put your coat on.
Don't get called make sure that your your rear well dressed and so I'm not well dressed comfortably dressed.
It turns out that none of that really makes a difference.
I think the average American adult can expect a cold two to four times a year no matter what you do.
And the kids four to six times -- -- as far as treatment is concerned.
Patients always -- -- have a called I need an antibiotic you don't need and that about it.
Make any difference -- do was build up your resistance to that one -- when you really need the antibiotic you'll be able to respond to it.
But this latest research is very interesting it turns out.
That when that people who exercise regularly.
Five days a week.
Have a 46%.
Lower incidence of colds than those who don't -- And they did that's it's not only a reduced frequency of called.
But the calls also last 50% less adds to it has nothing to do -- the chicken soup.
And and are there aren't a matzo ball soup.
By stimulating the immune system is a very effective way to reduce your incidence or risk of getting the cold.
Why but not to mention everything else that it can do means exactly -- -- what about during a call.
He got -- then right in -- wanted to know when you have a cold night you don't run out and do exercise who you keep away from people don't spread it.
Treat the symptoms the cough the runny -- what have you and but to prevent it.
Stay physically act and need something else have learned from you you talk about every week wash your hands.
Yeah you've taught you sink wash -- hands -- happy birthday.
Yeah because Elijah because of the -- is singing the happy birthday happy birthday -- you -- And washing their hands for you know for forty seconds assembly is very good for you and will prevent spreading and I tell you the truth.
There's somebody has a Donald Trump for somebody never shakes hands.
And I think you during the cold geez that's a good idea not to shake hands or Wear gloves as.
Many people that feel that way and I should mention there's no magic to the happy birthday song that -- just felt if I recall -- tell me if I'm right or wrong I know you will.
That's just long enough to make the hand washing -- captain.
Yeah or not you're not performing surgery.
You have to scrub for ten minutes.
Does this stuff they are as we're talking about the codes -- good time to mention that earlier Jamie.
To remind people about flu vaccine -- I ask if you have kids is there's still time.
It's not too late to get the flu vaccine and I recommend it for everybody.
At every age you know room a long time ago we used to say that only vulnerable people older people.
I think everybody over the age of two months -- have the convention.
-- and I got to every week the doctor gives us his.
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