It’s an all-important question, and the answers are complicated.

But the basics are simple: Cold medicine is the medicine that’s right for you.

You should take it when you have symptoms that need to be treated, or when you need to avoid complications from your cold.

And you should get it whenever possible, especially when the risk of complications is high.

If you’ve got a history of complications from an infection or a cold or chronic illness, you should avoid it.

If it’s too risky to get it, you can try an alternative.

You can get it if: you’re over 50 and have symptoms of an infection such as: sore throat, runny nose, cough, or a mild runny eye