Deep into the official winter month, the National Capital finally witnesses a piercing cold wave accompanied by some dense fog. While it sure does feel like a breath of fresh air, there’s no telling when you might contract infectious viruses and bacteria.
Having said that, winter can be a challenging time for your body. Common winter illnesses are not only very common during the winter months, but they can be hard to tell apart. Some of the most common being common cold, flu infections, RSV (Respiratory Syncytial Virus) in kids, croup, strep throat and stomach flu.
So here are some typical symptoms you may experience in the cold, winter season.