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Without a immune system we would not survive very long. It is made up of about a trillion while blood cells, antibodies, the spleen and the thymus gland that destroy viruses, bacteria, fungi and parasites that try to over run the body and cause disease. The strength of our immune system determines our body’s ability to resist the growth of abnormal cells(cancer) and infection
Published by Eve Sherrill York 65 months ago in Immune System | +2 votes | 0 comments
Kefir is a fermented dairy drink that tastes a lot like buttermilk mixed with yogurt. It’s really tangy and has a lot of health benefits. One of the benefits of kefir is that it is a mood elevating food. In fact, the word kefir is derived from keif (a Turkish word) which means good feeling. Kefir contains natural probiotics which are good for our health.
Published by Charlene Collins 66 months ago in Immune System | +3 votes | 4 comments
Auto immune skin diseases affect people of all ages. There are several different types of diseases that fall in this category. All types of mammals have them. However some of these disorders are more common in certain animals than in others. For example pemhigus vulgaris is the most common type of pemphigus seen in humans.
Published by Sharifa Sanderson 66 months ago in Immune System | +0 votes | 0 comments
Auto immune antibodies are the result of a system that is not functioning the way it should. People are designed with a natural defense system that protects them from viruses, pathogenic bacteria and numerous other invaders. When this system does its job, we stay healthy. When it malfunctions, we become sick. Sometimes, the system turns against the body.
Published by Sharifa Sanderson 66 months ago in Immune System | +1 votes | 0 comments
An auto immune deficiency disease can cause serious illness and even death. Some doctors and researchers think that a lack of certain nutrients can contribute to the development of an auto immune deficiency disease. Physicians also think that certain vitamins, like Vitamin D, can help to protect persons from cancer and some autoimmune illnesses.
Published by Sharifa Sanderson 66 months ago in Immune System | +0 votes | 0 comments
A fortified and well equipped immune system wards off various ailments and illnesses successfully. Incorporating certain specific foods that boost your immune system, in to your daily diet, promise complete freedom from cold, flu, gastric derangements, urinary infections and even the most dread cancer. An immune system that does not function appropriately or is greatly weakened increases your liability to a whole range of infections and disorders. Boosting the immune system is the foremost st...
Published by Dr Shweta U Shah 66 months ago in Immune System | +2 votes | 2 comments
Black widows are fairly common spiders in the southern United States and in the Southwest. They like to live in dark places away from humans; however, humans sometimes encroach upon their habitats. If you accidently touch a black widow spider it will most likely bite you to protect itself. It doesn't see you as a tasty meal; it sees you as a threat to its survival and will bite you to protect itself.
Published by Charlene Collins 66 months ago in Immune System | +6 votes | 4 comments
Oil of Oregano, not to be confused with the spice Oregano, is an effective immune booster with some surprising health benefits for protection against the flu or the common cold. Reduced cold and flu symptoms, strengthened immune system and improved digestion, sinus and respiratory health and reduction in joint and muscle pains are among the many benefits of Oil of Oregano supplementation.
Published by thestickman 66 months ago in Immune System | +6 votes | 0 comments
Chronic urticaria can be so bad that the person can’t even stand to be touched by another person. Shaking a person’s hand or being hugged could trigger an allergic response similar to hundreds of mosquito bites. With chronic urticaria, the individual’s immune system malfunctions. The brain gets an incorrect message that the body is being invaded. The brain tells the immune system to send an army of histamines to the perceived harmful invasion.
Published by Charlene Collins 66 months ago in Immune System | +3 votes | 3 comments
The immune system is responsible for keeping out foreign invaders such as bacteria and viruses. Now there is a connection between the immune system and the body’s internal clock known as the circadian rhythm system which is responsible for sleep and other internal functions. A new protein has been found that links the sleep system with the immune system and it has so much potential to spur on new research for other applications where the immune system has been compromised.
Published by carol roach 66 months ago in Immune System | +2 votes | 2 comments
A lot of research into human issues are done through insect and animal studies. By learning about their environment and what keeps them healthy and boosts their survival rate, researchers hope that this information may transfer over into the human world. They want to kno what these creatures can bring to the understanding of our environment and what keeps us healthy as well.
Published by carol roach 66 months ago in Immune System | +2 votes | 5 comments
We live in a world of bacteria and germs, microscopic organisms that you can’t see but come into contact with everyday by way of many carriers; human and non-human and it is putting your health at risk. Your body’s front line defense is called the “immune system” and it is continually in battle to keep you healthy and free of disease and infection.
Published by Francina Marie Parks 67 months ago in Immune System | +11 votes | 10 comments
Through mechanisms such as transduction and transformation, bacteria in agriculture that are being treated with antibiotics are beginning to show resistance to them. Many of the antibiotics used are structurally similar to antibiotics used in the treatment of bacterial infections in humans. If the food consumed somehow manages to transfer antibiotic resistance properties to bacteria in humans, current medications could diminish in effect, if not cease in productivity altogether. This article ...
Published by Roque Troz 67 months ago in Immune System | +0 votes | 0 comments
At some point in time, most people will have a rash of some kind. The rash may be due to an infection or an allergic reaction. The reason that rashes feel very itchy is because the rash causes inflammation on the skin. The itching could be slight or it could be severe. When itching is severe, you will do almost anything to make it stop. DonÂ’t scratch!
Published by Charlene Collins 67 months ago in Immune System | +1 votes | 0 comments
People with chronic depression can help themselves feel better by getting a regular walk in every day. ItÂ’s not even necessary to walk every single day. If you walk 3 or 4 times a week, and you are faithful to commit to it, walking can change the chemicals in your brain so that your depression goes away.
Published by Charlene Collins 67 months ago in Immune System | +4 votes | 1 comments
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