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Exercise and the Common Cold

Shumona De, MD, CCFP and Heidi James, MD
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To review the evidence on whether or not exercise has an effect on the likelihood of suffering symptoms of upper respiratory tract infection, it's duration, or severity of illness.

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It would be interesting to see/know what neutrophils do in the long term in addition to several hours after exercise. For instance are they able to be recruited more easily to fight infection and/or is the overall number increased in individuals who exercise on a regular basis? Always love the stuff you guys do related to wellness and exercise!

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