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Winter Cold Sore’s – Why are they more common this time of year?

by Immunoe

We’re in that time of the year when people gather together to celebrate with family and the end of another year. Unfortunately, it’s also the time when we see a peak in cold sore flare ups. This is also due to the fact that it’s the season where people are more likely to get the &hell …

Do You Know What Causes Cold Sores?

by admin

The herpes simplex virus (HSV) is responsible for the painful blisters called cold sores. These blisters most often appear on the mouth and lips, but can spread to anywhere on the body. After forming, they burst and ooze until a crust develops over them, normally lasting a week to 10 days. HSV type …