Not sensitive; not acute.
Record cold of -89.9°C at Vostok station, I personally enjoyed -78.6°C during the winter 2005 at Concordia and froze my nose while posing for the picture. Main myth of Antarctica, used by the locals to keep the tourists away (see wind).
An upper respiratory infection.
An infection localized in the nose. Usually characterized by repeated sneezing and the discharge of fluid from the nose. Sometimes accompanied by matted fur on the inside of the front feet. A Disqualification from Competition. (Note: In judging, the matted fur is only an indication and shall not be considered as conclusive evidence of a cold).
a mild viral infection involving the nose and respiratory passages (but not the lungs); "will they never find a cure for the common cold?"
a contagious viral disease
a contagious viral infection of the mucous linings of the upper respiratory tract, including the nose, throat, and sinuses
a contagious viral infection that principally involves the upper-respiratory passages, the nose, throat, sinuses, ears, Eustachian tubes, trachea, larynx, and bronchial tubes
a disorder in the respiratory tract resulting from exposure, withcatarrh and invasion of microbial cleansers
a form of rhinitis, viral rhinitis
a layman's term for not feeling well," Josephson said, but you could have other illnesses that need treatment, such as an infection, allergies or recurrent sinusitis
a mild viral disease that may inflame the mucous membranes of the nose, throat, and bronchial tubes
a mild viral infectious disease of the nose and throat, the upper respiratory system
a minor viral infection of
an acute viral infection of the upper respiratory tract
an illness caused by an infection located in the nose
an infection caused by a virus
an infection of the breathing system
an infection of the linings of the nasal cavity and other parts of the respiratory system caused by viruses
an infection of the upper respiratory system
a respiratory infection caused by one of hundreds of possible viruses
a short-term viral infection that usually occurs in the winter
a viral illness of the upper respiratory tract
a viral infection affecting the upper airway, which includes the nose, sinuses and throat
a viral infection, and no treatment is available except for temporary relief of symptoms
a viral infection, and once the virus has been in your system, you become immune to it
a viral infection called viral rhinitis that includes nasal congestion, a clear runny nose, sneezing, headache, and a scratchy throat
a viral infection Detailed Guide Nasal Cavity and Paranasal Cancer
a viral infection that affects
a viral infection that can cause fever, headache, tiredness, fussiness, stuffy nose, runny nose, sneezing, sore throat, and cough
a viral infection which will usually get better on its own
a virus, so antibiotics can't conquer it--they only work against bacterial infections--but you can shorten the misery and avoid spreading it to those around you
viral infection characterized by inflammation of mucous membranes and usually accompanied by fever, chills, coughing, sneezing ( Immune Support, Mahasudarshan, Trikatu)
(n): a common infection esp. in the nose and throat which often causes a cough, a slight fever and sometimes some pain in the muscles.