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As summer is ending and the leaves start to change color, and cold weather starts to set across the country, certain illnesses rise to their peak and spread throughout your workplace and schools

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Top diseases that peak during fall winter

  • Source -http://healthfirstmagazine.blogspot.com/2016/09/top-diseases-that-peak-during-fall.html

Top Diseases that peak during fall – winter


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Why try this debate?

  • As summer is ending and the leaves start to change color, and cold weather starts to set across the country, certain illnesses rise to their peak and spread throughout your workplace and schools.


  • Due to this changes from hot to chillier weather and your kids going back to school, a gigantic number of germs spark the start of a new season of diseases that sweep the country

  • When the weather starts to turn into icy temperatures, colder air and darker skies, the threat of catching certain diseases is greater. The cold weather suppresses your immune system, making you more susceptible to infections.


  • Fall's kickoff sparks the start of flu season beginning in the autumn months and continues all the way to January and February during the brunt of winter.

  • The flu, a respiratory illness, typically spreads from person to person mostly through coughs, sneezes and even talking. It is possible to contract the flu just by touching a surface that is already infected with the flu virus and then transmitting it to your mouth, eyes or nose.

  • Each year up to 20 percent of the population is impacted by the flu.


  • Common colds can affect anyone at any time of the year, but peak cold hits during the colder and rainy months.

  • There are over 1 billion colds reported in the United States throughout each year. An upper respiratory infection, colds are spread similarly to the flu.

  • Colds ordinarily bring nasal congestion, scratchy throats and sneezing along with other symptoms depending on the strain.


  • Norovirus peak cold hits during the colder and rainy months. , is one of the most common stomach inflammation illness in the U.S and it is commonly referred to as the stomach flu.





  • Asthma is one of the most severe diseases there is of the respiratory system. Asthmatics must avoid the dust, mold and the small and humid spaces because they can provoke a severe asthma attack.

  • Due to the cold weather, people with asthma must avoid getting a cold, flu or bronchitis.





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