are you immune from Influenza A if you had Influenza B once?
and are you still immune from each new mutated strands for both too?
what if you are bed ridden for 4 days?
I am asking for a friend
Antibody CR9114 has been shown to work against both Influenza A and B. It is quite possible that I have a nice supply of it that can beat the mutations.
Researchers are hopeful that CR9114 will eventually be the basis for a universal flu shot.
In the last 20 years I can only remember taking anti-biotics once and that was was an infected big toe caused by an ingrown toenail. There is no doubt that avoiding anti-biotics helps the immune system.
Other than my wine consumption I have a very healthy balanced diet and my weight stays within a 1 kilo range all the time.
I rarely spend time in crowded enclosed spaces full of bugs such as schools and hospitals.
I don't put stress on my body by working out feverishly. Performance athletes and gym junkies seem to regularly succumb to colds and flu. Playing golf 3-4 times per week is enough exercise to keep the vascular system in good shape.
Am I lucky or do I lead a sensible lifestyle.
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