The common cold affects millions each year in the United States, yet it remains among the most misunderstood and improperly treated illnesses.
Most adults are familiar with the telltale symptoms of the common cold: sore throat, coughing, runny nose… After all, adults typically contract the common cold twice per year, and children and the elderly are at even higher risk. Despite the cold’s status as one of the most widespread illnesses worldwide, however, myths abound concerning treatment and prevention strategies. M. Harrington outlines the information cold sufferers need to know. How can you tell the difference between a cold and the flu? When might you need to visit a healthcare practitioner? Which cold prevention methods really work? Most importantly, how can you treat a cold? The book answers these questions and more.
M Harrington’s valuable work, Quick Relief for the Common Cold answers common questions relating to the illness. This is an extraordinarily helpful book on how to prevent and treat the common cold that I totally suggest everyone read.
The work explains the causes, symptoms, and available treatment options for the common cold. It addresses long-held misconceptions of the illness and also distinguishes it from the flu. Included too, are possible ways that can be utilized to prevent or reduce the chances of contracting the common cold. The author uses simple language that any reader can understand. The treatment options discussed in the book are also accessible. M Harrington makes use of charts, summaries, and colorful photographs that further help in explaining the information. The book contains a detailed table of contents and the chapters are distinct which makes understanding the content easy. The book is also brief which makes it a quick read. Still, it is comprehensive and all questions that relate to the topic are addressed.
Quick Relief for the Common Cold by M Harrington is an informative book that separates myths from facts and provides insight into the prevention and cure of the common cold. Just about everyone gets a nasty cold and must try to heal themselves quickly, therefore this well-written book is a must read for all, Artisan Book Reviews highly recommends Quick Relief for the Common Cold by M Harrington. Book review written by Edith Emunah for Artisan Book Reviews.