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What Are The Differences Between Cold and Flu?

There's a lot of overlap between cold and flu symptoms. We'll help you figure out...

What Causes a Fever and How to Fight It

It’s a short-term increase in the core temperature of the body. It’s uncomfortable. And warm. And typically just one part of a larger constellation of symptoms.

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Your average body temperature can be between 97.7°F—99.5°F. This can vary by person or throughout the day. In adults, anything above 99.5°F is considered a fever (when measured orally).

What is a Low-Grade Fever?

What is a Low-Grade Fever? | Mucinex®

If you're feeling a little feverish during cold and flu season, a low-grade fever might be the cause. 

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