The leaves are falling. There's a crispness in the air every morning. And the clocks have changed. Such are the signs that autumn has arrived. But there's one more thing that seems to happen this time of year as well. So many of us seem to fall victim to either an annual cold or seasonal flu each autumn. Having recently spent time on quite a few buses in London, I have to say that practically every other person is coughing, sneezing or dealing with some sort of nasal or respiratory ailment.
And it struck me that some people never seem to get colds. Others of us, however, find ourselves sniffling as soon as there's a mere chill in the air. To be sure, coughs and sneezes spread the germs that cause viruses and diseases. Yet, some of us remain immune and others become ill at the slightest exposure. Why?
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