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Categories: Respiratory Diseases

People over middle age are more liable to it.
It comes chiefly in winter, in changeable, cold and damp climates. It may

follow repeated acute attacks.

Symptoms. These are variable and are present chiefly in winter and damp

weather. The cough is worse at night, and in the morning, expectoration is

usually great. There may be slight fever at times. Often the patients are

entirely free from the trouble during the summer.