I have so much trouble finding the corret on.
The flu season, with all the people coughing, sneezing, and blowing, make Henry hate to go out in public.
In addition to Mark's comments, I would suggest checking your use of 'blowing'. I think you mean to say 'blowing their noses'. We can't just say blowing. When a person 'blows' we definitely need an object. When the wind blows the verb does not need an object. For example:
I'll blow the candle out. (The object is the candle.)
The wind was blowing strongly yesterday. (No object.)
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