England: A person catches a cold 200 times in his life
On October 25, a reporter from the World Wide Web (WWW) reported that according to a latest research of England, averagely a person catches a cold 200 times in his life, averagely lasting nine days every time.
A report published on the UK's Daily Mail reported that Jennifer who is a British science writer has summarized some discoveries about catching a cold after interviewing some top experts. For instance, kissing could not infect the influenza, because the Medical College of Wisconsin in America researched and found that the virus which could give rise to the common cold almost could not enter the human body through the mouth. The probability of the spittle spreading virus is about one in 8,000 of the other ways.
In the next place, vitamin C could not treat the influenza. And the clinical trials found that vitamin C did not have the effect of treating the influenza. But moderately adding vitamin C everyday can be able to reduce half of the risk of having a cold. Also he found that the probability of suffering from catching a clod seems associated with the occupation. 47% of the computers in the office, 46% of the mouse and 45% of the telephones have the Influenza virus. While the occupations which are the easiest to suffer from catch a cold are lawyer, teachers, accounting, the bank clerk, doctors, host and television playwright-director, and so on.
In addition, his findings also include that feeling cold does not mean that will be catching a cold, and feeling nice and warming could not prevent catching a cold. The researches of University of Virginia (UVA) found that the air temperature during autumn and winter is low and more humidity, so many people who like to stay in the houses instead more easily to let the virus spread across so as to catch a cold.
In the last place, although washing clothes can be able to wipe off 99% bacteria on the clothes, but the influenza virus much harder to wash away from the clothes.
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