IF YOU HAVE A COLD
Here are two things to remember—in the first place keep away from other people as much as possible, and, secondly, always cover mouth and nose when cougliing and sneezing. You can only dodge colds by keeping away from those who have colds. Colds are spread by a highly infectious virus. Every unguarded cough or sneeze sprays the air with thousands of these germs. A hearty sneeze may send these germs 12ft. You cannot afford to neglect a cold, however slight. A "harmless" cold can pave the way for secondary infection, influenza, bronchitis, pneumonia—that is the danger. Don't let that cold develop. Take common sense precautions and Baxters Lung Preserver. Whether you have a deep chest cough or a husky throat you will find marked benefit from "Baxters." New Zealand's proved popular remedy. All chemists and stores sell "Baxters. Baxters, Ltd.. GO2, Colombo Street, Christch u rch. —Advt. ~
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IF YOU HAVE A COLD, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 192, 15 August 1945
IF YOU HAVE A COLD Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 192, 15 August 1945
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