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How does the body keep out germs? - Infectious Disease - Sharecare

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Skin, the largest organ of the body, is a formidable barrier to infection. ... The eyes , mouth, ears, airways, digestive tract, and urogenital tract are examples of the body's gateways. ... which eliminate many pathogens before they have time to establish themselves. ... What Type of Diseases Does Your Lab Focus On? 0:17.

How Your Body Gets Rid of Toxins Naturally | MyScienceAcademy

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Sep 22, 2012 ... Exogenous toxins are chemicals that are made outside of your body and ... free of exogenous toxins, you should strive to minimize your exposure to ... acid are examples of endogenous toxins that your body churns out by the second. .... support to keep your liver going and help it to process all this waste!

The immune system defends the body. - ClassZone

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Which systems are your first line of defense against pathogens? pathogens,. EXPLORE Membranes. How does the body keep foreign particles out? ... Saliva in your mouth helps kill bacteria. ..... had a disease such as strep throat or an ear.

5 Natural Body Barriers to Prevent Disease | LIVESTRONG.COM

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Jun 4, 2015 ... The body has two lines of natural defense to protect against infection. The first are physical barriers, such as the skin, body secretions and ... prevent bacteria from sticking to the teeth, helping to prevent tooth ... Feel Great Change your life with MyPlate by LIVESTRONG. ... How Does Skin Prevent Disease?

Kids' Health - Topics - The immune system - Cyh

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Oct 31, 2016 ... Every day your body is exposed to millions of germs, and you do not get sick ... Your doctor can often tell if you have an infection by checking out the ... Some live in different parts of the body and help to keep it clean, eg. in the lungs. .... Ears - how your ears work, Ears - keeping your ears safe from noise ...

BBC - GCSE Bitesize: Body defences

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The body has several defences against pathogens so we do not fall ill with the diseases they cause. ... Nasal hairs keep out dust and larger microorganisms.

How does a virus or bacteria enter the body? - UCSB Science Line

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If you touch a bacteria or virus and then rub your nose or eyes they can enter your ... they can come into your body through your mouth, or your nose, or your ears. ... Your body has a lot of defenses to keep the bad bacteria from coming in too ...

Barriers to Pathogens | CK-12 Foundation

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Feb 24, 2012 ... Describes barriers that keep most pathogens out of the human body. ... Get the FlexBook® app for your mobile devices. Download on the app ...

What Causes Ear Infections and How to Prevent Them? - Clear Ear

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Mar 29, 2016 ... The pain in your ear can be bad enough to prevent you from ... air to flow through the middle ear, keeping it ventilated and clean. ... This swelling will block off the Eustachian tube, preventing air flow. ... and will restore your body to full health before the infections spread to ... Can someone please help me?

Ask A Scientist - Microbe Magic

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Q. What does the stomach contain to defend your body against microbes? ... in your nose and lungs, wax in your ears and sweat, saliva and tears on your skin. ... Other types of white blood cells find pathogens that are hiding from your ..... have physical functions, they help to keep moisture like rain or sweat out of your eyes.