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GcMAF: The Secret Key to Restoring Your Immune System

Of the several hundred supplements and medications I have tried over the course of my six-year journey to treat Lyme disease, I have found only a dozen or so products to be extremely beneficial. 1,274 more words

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Designing Digital Networks Like the Human Immune System

Imagine a self-learning, self-defending digital network that can detect a foreign threat and converge on it the same way the human immune system does.

A defense network that can launch an intelligent counterattack to purge or trap an intrusion from a protected system. 96 more words


Scientists invented a cream to heal wounds.

Scientists invented a miracle cream that could heal wounds and completely regrow your skin utilizing your own immune system. Initial trials have totally erased scars and even healed severe diabetic ulcers. 17 more words


Previously unknown method of tuberculosis infection identified.

One of the world’s most deadly diseases, tuberculosis, primarily a lung disease, infects more than 8 million people and is responsible for 1.5 million deaths each year. 592 more words


Unexpected role for the immune system in controlling social behaviours

A stunning discovery has been made at University of Virginia School of Medicine by the group of Jonathan Kipnis. In an article published on Nature this month, researchers have demonstrated that immune system can directly control brain areas which influence social behaviour.1 673 more words

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Why kids who play outside are smarter, more creative and better adapted to the challenges of real life

(NaturalNews) Somewhere deep inside every one of us, beating as natural as a heart’s pulse, is innocence and goodness. Somewhere deep inside, our inner child desires a sense of freedom, to take up the calling of who we are, to build something of our own, to explore the unknown, to be unique. 717 more words


Brain on fire

As author William F. Allman puts it in his book Apprentices of Wonder: “the brain is a monstrous beautiful mess.” Thanks to the brain, we are who we are and we do what we do. 1,646 more words

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