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What is good for my immune system?

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Dr. Michael Ein
Infectious Disease 50 years experience
Stay healthy: Eat right, exercise, take a multivitamin. Antioxidents such as teas, colored fruits and berries, chocolat and a little red wine. Probiotics such as yogert may help. Get enough sleep. Don't smoke or drink to excess.
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