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  • Answer: dont do anything bad to your body like smoke or drink or do drugs
  • Answer: a vaccination is a dead or deactivated virus. the body treats the vaccine as a threat to the body, so it fights the disease. it leaves you with memory T (killer cells) and B (cells that create antibodies). when the actual disease comes, the memory B cells make antibodies that stick to the disease cells antigens, and the memory T cells kill the disease, to end the disease before it can start.
  • Answer: go to your doctor immediatly after tick bite.
  • Answer: In Cardiovascular disease or CVD, the heart and blood vessels are at affect. Cardiovascular disease is a series of diseases that can include aneurysm, angina, atherosclerosis, stroke, cognitive heart disease, coronary artery disease and myocardial infarction (Heart attack, MI)

    In preventing CVD, there are a series of steps you can take:

    1. Get regular blood pressure checkups, make sure you keep your blood pressure low by a diet including low sodium

    2. Exercise regularly, this helps so much. It helps lower your blood pressure, alleviates stress, and burns unwanted fat

    3. Watch your cholesterol levels and fat levels, too much of these will clog up your arteries and put you at a greater risk for CVD

    4. Avoid all tobacco smoking and also places where smoke is present. This is not good for your body to inhale. Studies show that about 20% of cases of CVD are caused by smoking, and each year approximately 40,000 nonsmokers are diagnosed with CVD through secondhand smoke and die.
  • Answer: onion contains health beneficial substances. To some extent it prevent from diseases.Wide-ranging claims have been made for the effectiveness of onions against conditions ranging from the common cold to heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, and other diseases.They contain chemical compounds believed to have anti-inflammatory, anticholesterol, anticancer, and antioxidant properties such as quercetin.
  • Answer: Prevention of kidney disease involves healthy habits as well as a sense of health consciousness. While not smoking, limiting alcohol consumption, and eating fruits and vegetables can all help to prevent kidney disease, keeping an eye on blood pressure and seeing your physician yearly can be just as important.
  • Answer: Clinical studies on vitamin E have shown that supplementation significantly reduces the risk for cataracts and for macular degeneration, particularly among women.
  • Answer: You stay fit instead of fat an lazy
  • Answer: traps particle before they enter your body. Think of it as natural flypaper
  • Answer: You cannot. It is a genetic disease.
  • Answer: Life style could mean many things. Over eating on junk food with no vegetables and not fruits, or too much alcohol or unprotected sex or excessive sleep deprivation required by psychopathic employers. Some times you have to change jobs. Sometimes you have to change the diet. Most to all illness is totally preventable.
  • Answer: If you deap clean your home once a week and use lysol or bleach then it will be harder for bacteria to grow. As for yourself buy aclove of raw garlic and swallow a pettal a day for a few days it will make u more suseptable to not catch anything. Yes your stool and urine will smell but all year long u will have a fighting chance.
  • Answer: - Do not smoke or use any other types of nicotine sources. Smoking is perhaps the most potent cause of circulatory problems.- Have some exercises at least every second day that make your heart work harder. Jogging, cycling, playing ball, swimming or other activities where you increase your energy consume are good for your blood circulation. The exercises should however be adjusted to your present health condition.- Get enough sleep each 24 hours. All the sleep does not however need to occur during night. You can for example take out some of your need for sleep as a siesta in the middle of the day. 7 hours sleep seems to be the ideal for optimal circulatory health. Much more sleep seems to be bad for your blood circulation.- Avoid a high amount of stress over a longer period. If there is something in your lifestyle or work that makes you stressed, you should make adjustments. Meditation is a good method to stress down.- Decrease the amount of fat in your diet. Do not add much oil, butter or other types of fat to your food. Do not consume much fast-food or ready made food that often contain great amount of added fat.-Avoid altogether chemically altered fat, so-called trans-fat. This type of fat is often found in margarine and is often added to many types of cookies.-Avoid great amounts of saturated fat, as found in fat milk, fat diary products, coconut products and butter.- Still you need some fat. The fat you mostly need are mono-unsaturated fat as found in olives, olive oil, rape oil, canola oil and almonds, omga-3-polyunsaturated fat found for example in fish, seafood and flax oil and omga-6-polyunsatyrated found in sunflower oil, soy oil, corn oil, sunflower seeds and many types of nuts.- Much of the fat you still choose to add to your food should be oils with mono-unsaturated fat like olive oil, rape oil, almond oil or canola oil. Marine oils or flax oil can be added to get enough omega-3-fat. You can also use some soy oil, corn oils and other types of natural oils with a high content of omega-6-fat, but do not use too much of these to avoid over-consuming this type of fat.- Eat some nuts, almonds or sunflower seeds several times each week, since these food types give you fat valuable for your circulatory health.- Eat fish at least every second day. Use lean meat, lean poultry, mushrooms, seafood and lean diary products in the food you make.- Consume a moderate amount of carbohydrates. Avoid adding great amounts of sugar to your food. Avoid consuming much sweet drinks, cookies and snacks with great amounts of sugar and other carbohydrates.- Use carbohydrate sources that contain fibre and that let the carbohydrates be taken up over some time, for example full corn bread and cereals, beans, peas and fresh fruit.- Eat vegetables and fruit to each meal in order to get enough vitamins, minerals, fibres and anti-oxidants. They should be raw or only gently cooked so that the content of nutrients is not washed out.- A moderate alcohol consume is good for your blood circulation, especially red wine, but over-drinking has the opposite effect.- Avoid excessive eating. Eating too much is not good for your blood circulation even though you eat sound food.- Reduce excessive weight. The advices depicted above will often over time normalize your weight. If this is not enough you should carry through a more specific weight reduction program.- If you suffer from diabetes, this disease should be well controlled.- Extra supplements of vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids and anti-oxidants may be useful. Also some herbal supplements containing adaptogenic factors can be useful, for example supplements based on ginseng or roseroot (Rhodiola rocea). Supplements are especially useful if it is difficult to achieve a wholly satisfactory diet, or you have extra stressful conditions in your life you cannot avoid.
  • Answer: Oh! yeah, but you should definitely check with a doctor before taking medicine.

What disease does tea prevent?

  • Tea is primarily tannic acid. There is no disease that tea can prevent. Well, I guess is you drink enough you could prevent dehydration, but it contains caffeine.Boiled cedar was reputed to contain sufficient vitamin C to help stave off scurvy which was afflicting European sailors and settlers in the 16th Century.

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  • Answer: Tea is primarily tannic acid. There is no disease that tea can prevent. Well, I guess is you drink enough you could prevent dehydration, but it contains caffeine.Boiled cedar was reputed to contain sufficient vitamin C to help stave off scurvy which was afflicting European sailors and settlers in the 16th Century.
  • Answer: No one can answer unless you tell the NAME of the disease in your question.
  • Answer: You want your HDL (good) to be higher and your LDL (bad) to be lower.
  • Answer: Vaccines help prevent disease because they insert a slightly different strain (or species) of the disease. They usually change the disease so that it only effects chickens. Your body learns basiclly how to fight it and reconize it.
  • Answer: Whenever a foreign particle that is an antigen(pathogen) enters our body our immune system recognize and kill the antigen.Usually our immune system takes time to recognize and kill the antigen,if the antigen is more strong within that time it can collapse the system and cause disease.During immunization we will be administered with a mild antigen which cannot cause disease but it can trigger the immune system hence the immune system can kill the antigen(pathogen) efficiently when its administered second time before causing the disease
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  • Answer: Most of us know that we can reduce our risk of disease by eating a healthy diet, getting enough exercise, and not smoking. But did you know that your family history and lifestyle factors might be the strongest influences on your risk of developing lifestyle disorders such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes, or obesity? You can visit the website. for more information.
  • Answer: To prevent cardiovascular disease you should eat healthy, do exercise, avoid tobacco, and avoid overuse of alcohol.
  • Answer: Tears contain lysozymes, which are enzymes that are part of our natural defense to any pathogens that may be present. Lysozymes do what their name implies, they "lyse" any bacterial cells that may be on our face or around or eyes.
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  • Answer: That would depend what herbal tea was taken.
    Rose hip tea was commonly used to treat scurvy.
    Chamomile tea is still used to treat chronic stomach problems and insomnia.

    White cedar bark tea would help prevent scurvy, because of the vitamin C.
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  • Answer: Umm, no. Water in fact is the basis for most life, including microbes and bacteria and other germs. It has no preventative qualities, unless you mean by using water to wash with. Then it can help in reducing disease by promoting cleanliness.