Tagged as virus immunity

Researchers are still unsure of all the details as to what this may mean going forward, but they may have shed some new light on how we develop long-term immunity against influenza strains. More specifically, they’ve linked the strongest immune responses to the variants we were exposed to as children. Different Influenza Strains - Up until 1957, H1N1 was the only known -flu virus strain- in humans....
April 23, 2021
As the cool, brisk winds start rolling in, so do, invariably, the sniffles and scratchy throats. But why does it feel like all the bugs seem to roll in like a fog as soon as cold weather hits? Does the cold really lower our immune resistance? We’re here to set the facts straight. Viruses Thrive in Cold, Dry Conditions - So in some cases, the culprit really is the cold. Viruses appreciate cold, dry...
February 15, 2021
The COVID-19 battle rages on, and with no end in sight. Numbers continue rising and many people are looking toward herd immunity as our last hope. Could the masses of infections actually benefit us in the long run? Some researchers are warning us not to hold our collective breath. Studies seem to indicate that a long-term immune response against COVID-19 might not exist, which means reinfection may...
August 26, 2020