immune system

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  • Somehow, through your mouth, nose, eyes or a cut, germs entered your body.
  • Once inside, the germs grow and multiply.
  • Your non-specific immune response sensed an invader and reacted. Inflammation and Fever can both be attributed to this
  • The inflammation brings more blood flow to an area, increasing the number of immune cells.
  • Skin also acts to keep pathogens out. It provides a barrier between the outside environment and your cells.
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  • The nose also has non-specific defense. Nose hairs and mucous both help keep pathogens from entering the body 
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