Cold-Weather Tingling, Shortness of Breath May Mean Serious Illness

Many people get nosebleeds in the winter. They're not much cause for worry, Dr. Savard said. Nosebleeds commonly occur in the winter because the nasal passages get dried out and crack -- either from the low humidity and cold air outside or from the dry heated rooms indoors. Use some ointment and saline drops to keep your nasal passages moist.

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