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on May 30, 2013 in Health & Well-Being
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I n the United States, cold and flu season begins around late August and lasts until March or April. One possible cause of this season is the opening of schools in the fall, which brings more people in closer proximity to one another. Changes in relative humidity may also play a role.An Introduction to Cold and Flu SeasonIn the United States, most colds and flus occur during the seasons of fall and winter. Beginning in late August or early September, the rate of colds and flus increases slowly for a few weeks and remains high until March or April, when it declines.