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When diagnosed with 3c 4c 5c 6c bulging discs with severe head pain and pain in your neck radiating into shoulders left arm and tingling in your fingers what all can be done is there a pinched nerve?

If the disks are herniated (bulging is another term) the specific nerves causing your problems ARE being pinched/compressed by the disks - that's what happens when you herni (MORE)

What is in a vaccine that makes the vaccine effective?

Pieces (or synthetic pieces) of the disease causing organism called antigens that can be recognized by the immune system as something that does not belong in the body. This pr (MORE)

Which vaccine is an example of killed vaccines?

Cholera Vaccine. Flu vaccines formulated for injection use inert/inactive virus particles ("dead"), while flu vaccines for nasal mist are made as a LAIV (live attenuated inf (MORE)

What is in a vaccine that makes a vaccine effective?

A vaccine is basically made of a small amount of the disease-causing organism, either inert/inactive/in pieces or alive but attenuated (weakened so it can not make you sick), (MORE)

Helpful Swimming Tips for Dogs

Swimming, for dogs, is a natural ability, and most dogs are ready to jump right in the pool with the rest of the family and dog paddle around the pool easily. Some dogs may ha (MORE)

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What are vaccinations?

Vaccinations are methods of introducing antigens into your body to get your body's immune system to react to them by producing antibodies to kill them or inactivate them, whic (MORE)

Why do you have vaccinations?

  Vaccination introduce small amount of a disease to your body so that your natural immune systems builds anti-bodies and such to fight the disease. This makes your immune (MORE)

Why is a vaccine called a vaccine?

The words vaccine and vaccination were made up by Edward Jenner who  experimented with vaccines including the smallpox  vaccination in 1790 which could be prevented from occ (MORE)
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Why do we get vaccinated?

 to avoid getting the disease ourselves  to minimize the severity and duration if we do get the  disease  to create "herd immunity" in the population, slowing the spread (MORE)