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How Can We Protect Ourselves From Neutrons
Colorful diet: A colorful diet (blues, purples, reds, oranges, greens, yellows) ensures that you are getting plenty of antioxidants. And antioxidants are the best way to maintain and optimize vision over time. You can also take a wide variety of nutritional supplements including astaxanthin, lutein, lipoic acid. Lastly drinking green tea and eating dark chocolate contain a lot of antioxidants so seek those out! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can do lot of things: Brush twice, floss day , eat healthy diet and drink lots of water, keep up with routine dental check up so if any cavities or gum disease present.It can be detected early..Avoid high carb diet and best is to see dentist and they can go over all different ways to take care of. Your teeth.. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No way to avoid: Cosmic radiation, the most common exposure otherwise is medical. There is no "antidote" that you can take to "protect". Iodine blocks thyroid uptake post nuclear reactor meltdown. Ethyol has not been very acceptible due to toxicity even with medical radiation exposure. Sorry. No solution for you here. ...Read more
You sweat: For one.....but keep in mind don't leave it up to your body.....drink fluids and rest. Overheating is not good for you.... ...Read more
Gentle Soap: I recommend using a gentle soap (and warm water) such as Unscented Dove or Eucerin. Cleanse twice each day. Rinse with cool water. If you have particularly oily skin use an astringent 1-2 times/day to wipe oil away as well. Also avoid touching your face unless you have washed your hands to avoid clogging pores. ...Read more
Antibody protection: Active immunization stimulates the immune system to produce antibodies that protect you from the rep disease in this case tetanus spores in soil, if wounds get contaminated. In effect the body's immune system reacts to the vaccine like the real disease and protects you for the future. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Treat HIV: Appropriate management of the HIV disease to restore immune function is the key, and then treatment of the causative agent of the pneumonia is next. This is often pnemocysitis, but can potentially be due to a host of different organisms, and specific diagnosis will determine best choices of medications. ...Read more
Brush,floss,dentist!: I always say minimizing chances of cavities is preventative which consists of brushing, flossing, and routine dental check-ups. Is there always chances of getting cavities, yes, but this minimizes chances and if you do have routine check-ups at your dentists, then they can catch cavities early where they are small and also minimizes costs. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
I'm curious as to how freezing fertilized eggs/embryos, doesn't kill them? When if we froze our bodies our cells would die.
Cryopreservatives: Techniques for freezing eggs or any cells exist and allow scientists to preserve and study many different types of cells.This is particularly useful in studying cancer cells.Techniques have been developed with special chemicals that allow the cells to be frozen without rupture of the cell membranes(water expands when frozen). The cells are stored indefinitely in liquid nitrogen. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes and No.: The human body is pretty resilient and can right itself even when pushed far from equilibrium. However, it can be brought down by something as simple as the Ebola virus, a bullet, a fall, a small dose of any number of toxins, or exposure to the elements overnight. Body resilient: death inevitable. ...Read more
DryWinter skin: Avoid lengthy showers w hot water (warm is better). Oil-based moisturizers hydrate skin. Moisturize skin often. Hydrate well – especially w water. Eat a nutritious diet. Use gentle soaps or cleansers that are unscented & hypoallergenic. Avoid deodorant soaps or other harsh soaps. Remember that you don’t have to wash entire body w soap every day. Use soap on areas that are dirty or where body ...Read more
Preventing disease: As you've noted, two of best ways to protect against infectious diseases are proper sanitation (hygiene) and vaccination. Check in w/your GP annually to discuss your immunization status. Washing hands regularly is important as well as proper food preparation. I would also ask you to avoid endemic areas. For instance, parts of Africa were rife w/Ebola last yr and now parts of South America by Zika ...Read more
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Wash hands/immunize: Most illness are spread from person to person. Avoiding ill persons is not always possible when traveling. Washing your hands frequently, immunizing both yourself and your infant will provide the maximum amount of protection. If you are traveling overseas, check with your travel medicine specialist to see if you need additional vaccines or a different immunization schedule. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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