It’s common for children to get respiratory infections, with a runny nose and a sore throat. Older children may develop a cough, whereas infants do not generally cough much when suffering from a cold. Colds are usually caused by viruses, which are spread by droplets from others (such as by coughing and sneezing). Viruses usually take 1 to 3 days before symptoms are seen. Nose and throat infections usually run their course in less than a week.
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