What’s the difference between having a cold and having the flu? The common cold is a virus that affects the upper respiratory tract causing a blocked nose, sneezing, coughs and a sore throat. Influenza (flu) is an infectious disease affecting the respiratory system.

In this film, we learn the difference between the two, their symptoms and the treatment options for both.

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