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White Blood Cell Disorders

What Are the Causes of a Tender Spleen?

The spleen sits directly above the stomach and under the ribs on the left side. It is approximately the size of a fist and is part...

Polycythemia Vera Exercises

Polycythemia vera is one of several myeloproliferative disorders that can be treated by conventional drug therapy and lifestyle ch...

Diseases of the Ligaments

Ligaments are dense fibrous connective tissues that join bones. Ligaments occur throughout the body wherever there are joints, and...

Diets For a Person With Polycythemia

Following a special diet can aid in the treatment of a number of chronic diseases, such as diabetes and heart disease. Polycythemi...

Old Folk Remedies for Boils

Boils, also referred to as abscesses, occur when bacteria invade a break in the skin, a blocked oil gland or hair follicle. White ...

Types of Multiple Myeloma

Multiple myeloma, or MM, is a cancer of the blood in which plasma cells -- white blood cells that produce antibodies -- become abn...

Can Foods Raise White T Cells?

T cells, also known as T lymphocytes, are a white blood cell of grave importance to your immune system; they allow your body to ad...

Polycythemia Vera & Garlic

Polycythemia vera is a rare disease of bone marrow. When someone has this condition, the bone marrow produces too many blood cells...

Remedies for Spleen Issues

The spleen is a vascular lymphoid organ that filters the blood and traps any foreign invaders in the white blood cells in the spl...

What Happens if You Have High Neutrophils?

Neutrophils are a type of white blood cell that your body uses to fight infections. High neutrophil levels are often caused by an ...
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