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FEVER – Should you Fight It? (Research in 2020)

One of the first things a parent will do when a child runs a fever is to reach for the fever-reducing medication. But, is fever a bad thing? Should you fight it? Or, should you let it do what your body wants it to do?

Fever, should you treat it, is a subject sure to irritate many a parent and health-care provider. I wish I had included a chapter about it in Lies My Doctor Told Me. Here’s what you need to know, with the research listed below.

Research:
Fever Questioned:
Value of Fever: 
Evidence Against fighting Fever:
CD8 T cells enhanced by fever:
Treating fever gave worse outcome:
No improvement in outcome treating fever:
Fever is 600,000,000 years old:
Lowering fever to prevent febrile seizures:
Lowering fever to prevent febrile seizures:
Rethinking Fever:
Evolution of Fever:
Fever in Adults:
A20 gene & Fever:
NF, A20 & Fever:
Even Reptiles use Fever to fight Infection:

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