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Tonsillitis
...  bacteria from spreading. If the doctor advises to take antibiotics, do so. Follow the prescribed time frame in taking the medication to kill the bacteria totally and to avoid the bacteria in gaining Immunity from the medication. Prevent the bacteria or virus to spread elsewhere. If there are signs of infection outside the tonsils, it is recommended to see the doctor to avoid further  ...

Squamous Cell Carcinoma
...  has dramatically improved over the last several years. But probably the worst thing about cancer is its unpredictability. Eating healthily and exercising regularly will not automatically mean Immunity from cancer. Yes. Even the people you will least expect to develop cancer will suffer from it. Indeed, it knows no boundaries. But even though that is true, preventive measures still have to  ...

Aplastic Anemia
...  hours, or 6 days, and white blood cells in a span of 24 hours. The purpose of the bone marrow in the body is to supply red blood cells to aid other functions such as tissue oxygenation, strengthen Immunity and many others. Anemia is commonly known as the lack of red blood cells. On the other hand, aplastic anemia is the lack of all the cells that comprise the blood- that is, the platelets, the  ...

Blood
...  blood as connective tissue. This precious liquid contains erythrocytes, leukocytes, and platelets which are also known as thrombocytes. The blood cells mentioned above are responsible for transport, Immunity, and clotting functions. Our blood makes up about 8% of an average adult’s body weight that is about 5 liters. Arterial blood departs from the heart carrying oxygen with the help of  ...


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