Condition: The Sniffles

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About The Sniffles

"The sniffles" is a slang or colloquial term for an infection or illness that causes symptoms that affect the nose. Someone who has "the sniffles" may have a common cold or suffer from allergies. The sniffles are typically characterized by a runny nose, sneezing, and/or nasal congestion, and frequent sniffling to help control mucus in the nose. The sniffles may also be caused by the flu, sinusitis, rhinitis, and RSV infections. The common cold and the flu, common causes of the sniffles, are both viral infections that will not improve with antibiotic treatment. The sniffles will usually clear up over time without treatment.

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