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Children typically cough and sneeze their way through a half-dozen colds a year. Symptoms range from a dry, scratchy throat and cough to a runny nose and sneezing. Why are kids so cold-prone? Contrary to popular belief, colds aren't usually passed through airborne droplets. Instead, they jump from one child to the next through touch. "Children are not good at keeping their hands, which are often covered in germs, to themselves," says Jennifer Shu, M.D., a pediatrician and award-winning author. Also, kids tend to sneeze or cough into their hands or nearby objects — not a tissue — and they aren't frequent hand-washers.
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