It is often assumed that we get a cold at this time of year because it is getting colder, but that doesn’t explain the cold that comes around in spring – the one we call a “summer cold”, does it? What is actually happening is that, as we move from spring to summer and summer to autumn, the rise or fall in temperature hits a sweet spot for bacteria and viruses; the change of season creates an ideal environment for the little bugs to thrive and spread like wildfire… Please click here for full article