Winter is the time of year when parents and grandparents join in variations on this common refrain: "Put your coat coat on! You're going to catch cold!"
But we all know that cold weather doesn't actually cause colds.
Or does it?
New research into the cold virus and how our immune systems work at cooler temperatures finds that moms and dads may be right.
Dr. Ellen Foxman, a postdoctoral fellow at the Yale School of Medicine, joined Take Two to explain the findings of the new Yale-led study: