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The average adult comes down with the common cold two to three times a year and kids get it way more often; tots under two can get struck with the runny nose and cough of a rhinovirus as many as 10 times as a year. There are a lot of things we do this time of year that, unbeknownst to us, make it easier for cold viruses to spread