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New research suggests that cold weather may actually affect the human body's immune response, making us more susceptible to colds, flu, and other upper respiratory infections. Dr. Benjamin Bleier, a sinus specialist at Mass Eye and Ear and a senior author of the study, joins John Yang to discuss its findings.
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