The body’s response to certain remedies, whether they are traditional or modern, is different for every individual. The future of medicine could be a mixture of both modern and traditional treatments. Author: Cassandra Lee Since brought into being, humans have been at war with microscopic villains known as viruses and bacteria. Having wiped out entire species over the course of their existence, these pathogens are no stranger to the human immune system, and they have done the
When you think of antibiotics, you likely have the word "penicillin" floating around there somewhere. Penicillin was one of the first widely publicized, mass-produced antibiotics [3,4]. Author: Milica Ristovski Picture this: you just finished saving the Nakatomi plaza where your wife and her colleagues were being held hostage. You walk out, victorious, but covered in cuts. The paramedics then grab some mouldy bread and dirt and rub it into your cuts. Just kidding... kind of.
Our Immune System and COVID-19 Antibodies Author: Alison MacPhee With the number of resolved cases in Canada increasing and the number of active cases on a steady decline, a new question arises: are those who have been previously infected by COVID-19 immune to future infections? Many researchers around the world have been trying to answer this very question using antibody tests on people who have recovered from the virus . Additionally, they have been studying comparisons