- Study: Tattoos stimulate immune system response
- Participants who had the least amount of tattoo experience had the greatest decrease in the IgA than those who had the most experience. When participants undergo a tattoo session, they may develop an immunity of sorts over time, according to the study.
- Astonishing things your saliva reveals about you
- Researchers at the University of Birmingham measured levels of an antibody known as A (IgA) in 639 adults and tracked them for 19 years. The antibody is secreted by white blood cells, which fight infection in the body.
- ChemoCentryx Reports Fourth Quarter 2015 Financial Results and Provides
- MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., March 14, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ChemoCentryx, Inc., (Nasdaq:CCXI), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing orally-administered therapeutics to treat autoimmune diseases, inflammatory disorders and ...
- Tattoos Can Help Strengthen Immune System, Fight Colds, Study Says
- Meanwhile, those who already have multiple tattoos only had a slight decrease in antibodies and cortisol in the immune systems before and after getting their tattoos.
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