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Fiona McKay has written 1 Immune System Diseases articles, has received +5 recommendations and is currently the #15 ranked expert in this subject.
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December starts with the awareness warning of AIDS/HIV. On the first day of December World AIDS Day is observed globally to create awareness about the alarming transmission of AIDS/HIV. It is the most dangerous threat to the modern world which has not discovered any vaccination to arrest the infecting virus HIV. Humanity is struggling to control this deadly disease which is spreading at an epidemic speed in the globalized modern lifestyle.
Published by +Paulose 61 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +9 votes | 0 comments
Sjogren's Syndrome is one of more than 100 known autoimmune diseases. It affects between two and three per cent of the general population. Women are nine times more likely to be affected than men. The main targets of this miserable condition are the secretary glands. The most commonly affected are the salivary or parotid glands and the tear ducts. With a mean time to diagnosis of nine years, it is natural to wonder if there are any early warning signs. The answer is very surprising.
Published by Kimberly Martin 69 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +4 votes | 0 comments
The article speaks about Public health care in Long Beach, California, USA. There are many mechanisms available in Long Beach. The Public Health Care Unit gives information about diseases, storms, floods, etc. Immunization is provided by the department. The parents of school going children are given information on vaccines to be taken. Adequate health care is provided by the Department.
Published by Dr. Souvik Chatterji 70 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +3 votes | 0 comments
Guillain–Barré syndrome is a disorder that can affect virtually anyone of any age. It is a paralyzing syndrome which can have dire consequences if not managed by an informed medical team. This article will explain how this disorder begins, how it is managed and what the available treatments are. The article also has a section about what to expect when recovering and the types of therapies needed to strengthen muscles once the nerves have healed.
Published by Marilyn Eisele 71 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +7 votes | 3 comments
On January 23, 2012 an announcement was made that the new oral drug Fingolimod-Gilenya would be studied more closely after the unexplained deaths of 7 patients. People with MS who take Gilenya seek information about this drug manufactured by Novartis.
Published by Darline Kilpatrick 72 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +2 votes | 2 comments
HIV infections are a major concern especially when it comes to health workers or even individuals who come into contact with blood or semen of another person.
Published by Timm 74 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +15 votes | 11 comments
Connective tissues hold many parts of the body together thanks to a group of fibres and cells that connect with the framework of the body. The functions of the fibres include protecting, supporting and strengthening the bodyÂ’s tissues and organs. When the connective tissue disorders occur, there might be several symptoms such as pain and dysfunction in different parts of the body.
Published by Shafi Choudhury 78 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +2 votes | 0 comments
Scleroderma is a common disease that affects the bodyÂ’s connective tissue. It is when the skin on the hands and face turn thick and hard but can also affect the internal organs of the body. The disease affects around 300,000 Americans of which most of them are females aged between 30 and 50 years. Experts have no idea why the disease is caused by the production of too much collagen in the tissues. This article contains some information about the causes, symptoms and the treatments of sclerod...
Published by Shafi Choudhury 78 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +3 votes | 2 comments
A look at causes and symptoms of splenomegaly (enlarged spleen).
Published by Audra Jones 79 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +8 votes | 3 comments
Guillain-barre syndrome, what is it? It is an acute inflammatory demeyelinating polyneuropathy disorder. How is it caused, what are the signs and symptoms of guillain-barre syndrome, how is it diagnosed and what are the various treatments available; find them here... Is there a permanent cure for GBS? Check out...
Published by Anuradha Ramkumar 80 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +7 votes | 5 comments
In treating asthma, doctors seek long-term suppression of the airway inflammation that triggers asthma attacks, plus reopening the airways when they do constrict.
Published by TracyAnn 80 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +3 votes | 0 comments
How can nanotechnology help win the war against superbugs? Is it possible to kill MRSA and bacteria using nanotech?
Published by Aunty Ann 82 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +10 votes | 5 comments
Bacteria you don't want to get close and personal with. Legionella, Salmonella The most harmful bacterias.
Published by Rae Morvay 82 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +9 votes | 7 comments
No one knows what actually triggers Guillain-Barré syndrome; it is a fairly rare nerve disorder in which the immune system attacks the nerves of the body. This syndrome is characterized by nerve damage that occurs after an infection.
Published by Charlene Collins 83 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +1 votes | 1 comments
Research indicates that the procedure can help patients who had failed conventional therapies.
Published by Luiz Sousa 84 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +2 votes | 0 comments
The last decades, increasing numbers of bacteria are becoming resistant to antibiotics. Obviously, this could become a problem. Luckily, research towards alternatives is well on its way. Read here about plasma therapy against infections.
Published by BlaBla 84 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +3 votes | 2 comments
The human immune system can roughly be divided into two classes of immune responses; humoral and cellular immunity. This article explains both and discusses the primary and secondary immune response.
Published by BlaBla 86 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +1 votes | 0 comments
Medical doctor described hiv aids as characterized by a defect in natural immunity against disease. People who have hiv aids are vulnerable to serious illness which would not be a threat to anyone whose immune system was functioning normally.
Published by Jessie Agudo 94 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +2 votes | 2 comments
At NottinghamÂ’s University hospital in England a team of researches have been busy looking into ways in which hook worms can help people with the auto-immune disease Multiple Sclerosis.
Published by lisa leverton 94 months ago in Immune System Diseases | +11 votes | 13 comments