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Common cold can help boost immunity against COVID, researchers say

2 days ago   |   By Natural News

The annoying common cold may yet turn out to be a blessing if researchers with the Imperial College London are correct. Since the pandemic started, researchers have speculated that coronaviruses could offer some cross-reactive immunity against the Wuhan coronavirus , and growing evidence points to that direction. Recent studies show that recovery from the common flu can also prevent infection...
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