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  1. ..., only the nasal spray contains live viruses to cause a mild infection to create an immunity to the viruses. Rotavirus, the oral vaccines contain whole...

    2 Answers · Health · 05/10/2009

  2. *Most likely* you've developed immunity to the virus that caused the infection already - I doubt you have anything to worry about.

    2 Answers · Health · 15/07/2012

  3. ... 10 ways to quickly boost immunity: 1. Get enough sleep. "...have lower levels of infection-fighting cells in... reduce the risk of respiratory infections by flushing out any ...

    3 Answers · Health · 15/09/2009

  4. ...with a scrape or perhaps a cut from a razor Or if you have impaired immunity, (HIV/AIDS or Diabetes mellitus) you could get infection in the skin which could develop into a boil. Some people have a nasty condition...

    7 Answers · Health · 15/10/2006

  5. ...reduce, drying out your mouth and giving you a moment to destroy the infection. in addition it would boost immunity and has natural anti bacterial properties in its smoke as well...

    4 Answers · Health · 03/06/2010

  6. ...know for a fact that living with a smoker does lower your immunity to viruses/colds/infections. So don't be worried. If it bothers you alot then...

    3 Answers · Health · 14/08/2006

  7. ... like she gave you a higher dosage so you could get rid of the infection faster and easier, without it able to develop an immunity to the medicine. If you don't take enough of the antibiotics...

    3 Answers · Health · 30/12/2010

  8. The best way of curing the sinus infection is by sensitizing and boosting your body immunity to fight off the allergy or pathogens that weaken your immunity thus...

    1 Answers · Health · 14/05/2013

  9. ... that carry the gene. The sickle cell gene appears to confer immunity from malaria upon one who carries it--regardless of whether the person is...

    7 Answers · Health · 23/09/2006

  10. No. Strep throat is caused by a bacteria. You develop immunities to viral infections, not bacterial.

    1 Answers · Health · 12/09/2007

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