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  • You should see the doctor about that, He'd probably know something about the "three line defense", medications, how the immune system functions, and how you can protect yourself.
  • You Know I've really been having a problem with *cough, cough* my immune system and colds latley
  • To be more specific the chemical and physical barriers play a significant role in slowing or blocking microbial invasion. The airways themselves are lined with a layer of adhesive mucus that can entrap microbes. Contributors to nonspecific resistance are the skin and mucous membranes, phagocytosis, inflammation, fever and the production of antimicrobial substances. Last but not least the immune system is the last line of defence and it protects by T cells having different roles to play. Some act as guard dogs that raise the alarm when they detect invading viruses; others kill virus-infected cells directly, or help B cells to produce antibodies.
  • Hi there I am the doctor that is filled with all the knowledge you need. The 3 lines of defence in the immune system are physical and chemical boarders, nonspecific resistance and lastly your specific immune system it self. 
  • I'm currently taking bio in school and we're learning about the immune system, and I've learned a lot of interesting facts.
  • Some ways to protect yourself from various viruses and bacteria can be washing your hands regularly, being careful with food and water you eat, and getting vaccinations.
  • I am the nurse that can help with your worst nightmares, like needles.
  • Some ways to protect yourself from various viruses and bacteria can be washing your hands regularly, being careful with food and water you eat, and getting vaccinations.
  • Hand washing is often overlooked but yet one of the most easiest and effective ways to protect yourself from bacteria and viruses
  • They're medicines that help your immune system control your myeloma... Some boost the immune system to help the body fight the disease. Other suppress it to do the same thing. So all in all medications are used as a backup method for the immune system to help fight off bacteria and viruses or even help control what bacteria and viruses actually enter your immune system.
  • The first line of defence, are the first to recognize pathogens and fight off infection. Lymphocytes work to allow the body to remember the invading microbes to fight them faster in future infections.
  • Stress can lead to increased levels of cortisol, a steroid hormone that is important for overall function of our body; but too much of it can lead to a number of health problems, including decreased immunity.
  • Did you know Each part of the immune system has a unique function. Stress can affect the way your immune system works.Your immune system can attack itself.
  • Diseases occur when the immune system destroys its own healthy tissues. White blood cells in the body cannot distinguish between pathogens and the body’s normal cells, setting off a reaction that destroys healthy tissues.
  • Well hello again, thank you for mentioning that I should see a doctor for some background knowledge on my immune system.
  • I also came across some cool facts about the immune system, for example our body encounters billions of grams each day but interesting enough their not all bad for us.
  • I learned so much, for example I now know that I have huge control on keeping my immune system healthy and know that certain meds can help fight bacteria in my system. 
  • All in all it sounds you now know a lot of important information and I'm guessing your very fortunate to have learned so much about the immune system.
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