Why Does Your Nose Run When It’s Cold? | Reader’s Digest


If your nose drips like a faucet when you step out into the winter cold, grab some tissues and learn the science behind the phenomenon known as “skier’s nose.”

Good information at the Source: Why Does Your Nose Run When It’s Cold? | Reader’s Digest

 

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