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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.
The nose also has non-specific defense. Nose hairs and mucous both help keep pathogens from entering the body
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