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What Happens When You Catch More than One Virus?
The “tripledemic” shines a spotlight on viral interference, in which one infection can block another.
What Happens When You Catch More than One Virus?
What Happens When You Catch More than One Virus?

The “tripledemic” shines a spotlight on viral interference, in which one infection can block another.

The “tripledemic” shines a spotlight on viral interference, in which one infection can block another.

rhinovirus
A woman wearing a gray sweater and a bright orange scarf and hat blows her nose vaguely in the direction of the camera. A snowy landscape can be seen behind her.
How Cold Weather May Help You Catch a Cold
Dan Robitzski | Dec 6, 2022 | 3 min read
Warm nasal cells mount stronger defenses against cold-causing coronaviruses and rhinoviruses than those exposed to cooler temperatures, an in vitro experiment finds.
Researchers Develop a Drug Against the Common Cold
Catherine Offord | May 15, 2018 | 2 min read
In an in vitro study, the compound completely blocked the replication of rhinoviruses.
Where Rhinovirus Replicates Best
Tracy Vence | Jan 6, 2015 | 1 min read
A mouse study shows that the common cold-causing virus replicates better in the cooler nasal cavity than in the warmer lung.
Hold Off on Valentine’s Canoodling
Bob Grant | Feb 13, 2013 | 1 min read
A healthcare professional warns that cold and flu seasons peak in mid-February, so it may be wise take a rain check on kissing, cuddling, and pillow sharing today.
A Chill Issue
Mary Beth Aberlin | Feb 1, 2013 | 3 min read
The very cold, the merely chilled, and the colorful
Catching the Cold
Fred Adler | Feb 1, 2013 | 10 min read
Tracking the genetic diversity and evolution of rhinoviruses can lead to a better understanding of viral evolution, the common cold, and more dangerous infections.
Rhinoviruses Exposed
Fred Adler | Jan 31, 2013 | 1 min read
Some of these insidious viruses expertly subvert the host immune system, allowing their unhindered proliferation.
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