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Surviving Cold Season

By Michael Castleman

Last year Jane McGee swore by Airborne®, the cold remedy "created by a teacher." All winter long, the New York-based jewelry maker dropped Airborne® tablets into glasses of water and felt reassured that the fizzy concoction would help her fend off colds. But since then, the Federal Trade Commission charged Airborne with false advertising, and in a $30 million settlement, the makers of the vitamin-mineral-herb product agreed to stop claiming that it prevents and cures colds.

"I don't know what to think -- or do," says the perplexed McGee. "I just want to stay healthy this winter." For McGee and everyone else who's trying to avoid catching cold this year, here's what really works.

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