"Prevention is better than cure" *LINK*
Posted By: karibkween In Response To: The TRUTH about Weed *LINK* (karibkween)
Date: Wednesday, 24 August 2011, at 12:55 p.m.
In Response To: The TRUTH about Weed *LINK* (karibkween)
Abnormalities associated with inflammation comprise a large, officially unrelated group of disorders which underlie a vast variety of human diseases. The immune system is often involved with inflammatory disorders, demonstrated in both allergic reactions and some myopathies, with many immune system disorders resulting in abnormal inflammation. Non-immune diseases with etiological origins in inflammatory processes are thought to include cancer, atherosclerosis, and ischaemic heart disease.
A large variety of proteins are involved in inflammation, and any one of them is open to a genetic mutation which impairs or otherwise dysregulates the normal function and expression of that protein.
Examples of disorders associated with inflammation include:
Inflammatory bowel diseases
Pelvic inflammatory disease
Diabetes is also a known disease if inflammation: "Researchers have discovered that inflammation provoked by immune cells called macrophages leads to insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes." "Chronic inflammation is widely observed in obesity..." Who are, at present, the NO ONE sufferers of these diseases; why Africans in the diaspora of course, the ones most likely to be imprisoned for possession and marijuans use.
Diseases of Inflammation
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