What do people think is too close during cough and cold season?
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Did you know that 56 percent of Americans who suffer from a cough or cold are still working out at the gym, jumping on public transportation and liberally shaking hands? In addition, 19 percent of people are regularly kissing their significant other.

To make matters worse, it's not just sick people with unhealthy habits, according to a new HALLS-commissioned survey that revealed 23 percent of healthy Americans make no effort to stay away from cough and cold sufferers.

Since people will be vulnerable this season, there's new HALLS Extra Strong Menthol Flavor to help them get through the winter months. Now through Dec. 4, Americans can check out www.UnlockYourCool.com to find which HALLS drop is right for them and enter for a chance to win cool prizes.




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