Immunity is natural, that is everyone is born with a general type of protection.
For example, the external barriers of the body, like the skin and mucous membranes.
Immunity can also be adapted; it develops throughout our lives.
Adaptive immunity involves the white blood cells or lymphocytes and develops as we are exposed to diseases or immunized against diseases through vaccination.
Passive immunity is derived from other sources. Though it lasts for a short time, it does have an impact on the body.
For example, antibodies in a mother's breast milk provide immunity for the baby and the food we eat has an impact on our immune system.
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