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‘We discovered that activating bacterial receptors boosted the macrophage response and limited harm to the spinal-cord following injury, while activating fungal receptors contributed to pathology actually,’ Gensel said. While this research oversimplifies the complex process by which macrophages promote restoration and destruction of neuronal tissues, it nonetheless sheds light on opportunities to modulate macrophage responses after spinal cord injury, possibly reducing – or reversing – damage and the resulting side-effects even. ‘The implications are interesting: we now can look for treatments geared to the receptors that jump-start the macrophage's restorative effects without activating the receptors that modulate the destructive procedures in that same cell.’ The analysis has been released as a Featured Content in the most recent problem of the Journal of Neuroscience..More than two-thirds of toddler-age kids who were within pools or spas had been thought to have been somewhere else in the house, either playing or sleeping. Larry J. Baraff, professor of emergency and pediatrics medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine in UCLA.S. Hospital emergency departments for pool submersion accidents and 280 pool-related drowning deaths per year. Ninety % of the deaths occurred in the home. Parents should follow these 10 basic guidelines to prevent a child drowning: By no means leave a child unattended or with a sibling in a pool, wading pool, bathtub or hot tub. Pools should be fenced and gated with self-locking gates. This includes pools located in neighborhoods, apartment complexes, family backyards, etc.