Winter clothes can help you stay warm in summer

Summer clothes can have a positive impact on your body and your mood, according to new research.

The study found that a sweater, summer coat and winter boots all can be a healthy way to get outside without wearing a coat, and that they can be more effective in getting rid of colds, which can contribute to an increase in the risk of getting the cold.

It found that wearing summer clothes is an effective way to help you get outside, while also helping you stay cool and comfortable.

“Winter clothes are an ideal way to stay warm and maintain a sense of well-being,” said Dr. Elizabeth Kuehn, the study’s senior author and associate professor at the University of Washington.

“It’s about staying hydrated and comfortable while at the same time minimizing the risk for getting the flu.”

The researchers looked at data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which is the U.S. government agency that collects data on people who have influenza-like illness.

The CDC also tracked people who were diagnosed with flu-like symptoms and were not taking anti-fever medications.

The data showed that wearing winter clothes, while less comfortable than summer clothes overall, was more effective than wearing a sweater and boots combined.

“Summer clothes were a bit of a stretch,” Kuehl said.

“But winter clothes are definitely more comfortable, which helps with the overall feel of being outside.”

When it comes to summer clothing, the researchers found that winter hats were more effective for getting outside, even when the person had to wear a hat in a jacket or coat.

The research is still preliminary and does not show whether winter hats and winter coats can prevent flu-related illness or other cold-related illnesses.

The researchers said that more research is needed to know if wearing winter clothing is more effective at preventing the flu or other infections.

“The best thing you can do is take precautions like wearing a hat and a jacket in winter, and don’t wear winter clothing if you’re not sick,” Kueshn said.

“And we need to make sure we have the resources available to do that.”

The research was funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.