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Disease symptoms are sometimes the result of your immune system doing its job. Ever wondered why fever comes before or during a flu attack? Its presence usually signifies the response of your body's immune system to the threat, which could be bacteria or viruses.
In the case of a common cold, the immune system responds to the rhinovirus invading the epithelial cells in your upper chest by sending white blood cells to the area, which opens up blood vessels through inflammation and increases mucus secretions causing your nose to be stuffed and runny.
Maintain a strong immune system by getting adequate sleep, avoiding stress, and eating healthy.
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Published on May 21, 2014
Ever wondered why fever comes before or during a flu attack? The answer lies in your immune system - this trivia brought to you by Fredda Br...