So You Caught A Cold: Why Staying Warm Is Still Your Best Defense
Regulating your body temperature might be key to getting over the common cold a lot faster.By Ryan Biek, Matt Moreno | July 12, 2016
Bundling up won't always stop you from getting a cold, but it may help you get over one faster.
Yale University researchers found that once the virus sets in, body temperature affects the immune system's key responses.
"When you inhale the cooler air, you actually cool the airway of the inside of the nose, and this is not what we have evolved to deal with. So the virus has found a nice home to replicate," the study's lead researcher told WTNH.