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Well with Ohio weather constantly changing, students have to work hard to stay healthy.
The fluctuation in temperatures from Ohio’s rapidly changing weather may put you at a greater risk of being sick,
but the reason may surprise you.
Dr. Bhatta from the College of Public Health explains how the weather affects our immune systems. According to doctor Bhatta, the flu season lasts from October to March.
Contact Spencer Smith at [email protected]