A new study by Queen Mary University of London shows that massage-like stroking has a positive effect on the immune system of mice. The researches believe that the action lowers the stress hormone, noradrenaline, which results in an increase of T-cell development which plays an important role in immunity. Why is this important? The findings could help humans recover from immunosuppressive therapies, and increase the immune system’s ability to fight diseases.
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