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Small amounts of dead or inactive
microorganisms get put into your body
2) White blood cells recognise foreign antigen
markers and produce the right antibodies to stick to
the microorganisms
3) Antibodies make the microorganisms clump together and some
white blood cells digest the clump.
4) Body stores some of the white blood cells (memory cells). If you
meet the real disease your body will have the antibodies already and
the antibodies you need are made very quickly.…read more

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Two risks that increase the risk of antibiotic resistant
people taking antibiotics they don't really need
not finishing their full course of antibiotics
How can we stop the superbugs?
Having better hygiene in hospitals to reduce the risk of infection
Only prescribing antibiotics when a person really needs them
Making sure people understand why it is important for them to finish their course of
Medicine testing
Stage 1: human cells
Stage 2: animal tests
Stage 3: clinical trials/ human trials
Clinical Trials…read more

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How does an incubator work?…read more

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Alcohol ­ causes greater volume of dilute urine and makes people dehydrated which can
cause: dizziness, headaches and tiredness.…read more


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