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Yet teachers don’t exist under a bell jar, but are part of a society in which prejudices still flourish; so it would be strange if they were entirely immune from them.
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People who wear one may feel more confident, he told Kompas TV, and this could boost their immune systems.
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About a third of the people who had antibodies -- indicating their immune systems had fought the virus -- had no symptoms, they found.
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Kitov Pharma is a clinical-stage business developing treatments for tumor immune evasion as well as drug resistance.
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It includes a bunch of different things that are usually seen with an overactive immune system, like rashes on the palms of your hands and the soles of your feet, a swollen tongue, cracked lips, in some cases really, really low blood pressure.
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At a news conference Monday, Raquel Yotti, director of Spain’s Carlos III Health Institute and one of the leaders of the antibody study, warned people that they needed to remain cautious, even if they thought they were immune.
· Doctor seeks plasma from ex-patients →
Thai doctors had previously used plasma retrieved from recovered patients, in conjunction with other treatments, to stimulate patients' immune response.
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But for people of any age, diabetes, immune disorders, obesity and chronic diseases that affect the heart, lungs and kidneys are among the conditions thought to raise the risk of severe disease and death.