The title of this article is 'Cure for the Common Cold'.
It is in fact NOT a cure, but a treatment at the first
symptoms that strongly cut colds down in size and
length. In fact in many cases, it cuts symptoms
This nasal spray is due out on the market in a month or so.
Nasal spray 'will stop colds from developing'
By Roger Highfield, Science Editor
A nasal spray that is claimed to be the first clinically proven treatment to
stop a common cold from fully developing goes on sale next month.
Procter & Gamble said its Vicks First Defence can both reduce the chance
of developing a full-blown cold and the severity of symptoms.
After initial infection by a cold virus, sufferers become aware of a cold
developing, marked by a scratchy throat, sneezing and feeling unwell.
Research shows this incubation period, which can last two days before full-
blown symptoms develop, offers an opportunity to inhibit the virus before it
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[edit on 9/22/2005 by FlyersFan]