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Lola Rovati @Lolarovati

Contrary to what we can often believe, pulmonologists recommend exercise to reduce the risk of colds, colds and flu in the winter.

This was also verified by a group of German scientists who conducted a study with 1, 700 children and concluded that the least active are fifty percent more likely to be ill than their more active peers.

Moderate exercise strengthens the immune system, making children who are used to outdoor activities (or not) more resistant to viruses that swarm at this time of year.

In contrast, sedentary and inactive children are more likely to develop colds and flu, typical winter diseases.

So parents, you know. Opening the doors and letting the children out to play outdoors is the best prevention before colds. Yes, well wrapped up

Via | CNN More information | Yahoo News