Cold or Sinus InfectionMost people when they have a runny nose often wonder whether it is a cold or sinus infection.

 “The distinction can be difficult and no one rule applies to everybody,” says Neil Bhattacharyya, MD, an associate professor of otology and laryngology at Harvard Medical School, in Boston. “Only about 2% to 6% of common colds progress to become a true bacterial sinus infection that could benefit from antibiotics.”

“While the symptoms may be similar, there are some differences between the two conditions that can help you determine which one you have.”

I came across an interesting article on cold or sinus infection which reveals the secret.

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