Interesting Fact - Health

A new study, conducted at Yale university, suggests that having a cold nose might make us more vulnerable to catching a cold.

(The reason for this is that cold weather tends to lead to a spike in sniffles and sneezes, because the cold virus thrives in a slightly cooler environment.

Professor Akiko Iwasaki, says there might be a simple, even old-fashioned way, to ward off the common cold,  we simply keep our nose toasty by wearing a thick scarf over it, just like granny taught us.

Personally, I think scientists are annoyed they haven't found a cure.)