Kyle Enfield, MD, Contributes to TIME Article About Using Humidifiers in Cold Weather

January 31, 2024 by

Kyle Enfield

Kyle Enfield, MD

Kyle Enfield, MD, an associate professor in the Department of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary Critical Care, contributed to a story in TIME, about using humidifiers in cold weather.

Dr. Enfield says having a humidifier can decrease the dryness that may cause nose and throat irritation, such as nosebleeds and persistent coughs. He says, “Having a humidifier, particularly if you have asthma, can decrease those symptoms and make you feel more comfortable. When you have a cold, they can make you feel less congested.”

Read the full story in TIME.

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