Curing the common cold, online

Although there is no cure for seasonal sickness, many Web sites promise to help.

Flu season is here and getting sick is the pits. The endless mountains of tissues, cough drop breath, and a runny red nose are no one's cup of tea. Although there is no cure for seasonal sickness, many Web sites promise to help. WebMD, FamilyDoctor.org, and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's site are the most sought-after health sites. Each site contains an expanse of knowledge, but how can you find out the most information on your condition? Which site can you trust with your diagnosis? See our video reviews.

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