On the heels of the first NFL season in three decades, we ask: How do we prevent disease?
In the NFL, we know we can prevent disease with good practices, good science and smart technology.
But how do we do it?
Is there a cure for a disease?
Can we stop the spread of disease?
And how do you make sure you don’t get infected?
We’re joined by Dr. Robert W. Kelly, president of the National Center for Preventive Medicine at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Dr. Kelly is a leader in the field of disease prevention, and he has been leading efforts to stop the emergence of diseases.
He also directs the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and is the author of the best-selling book, The Science of Preventing Disease.
Dr, Kelly, welcome to this program.
Let’s start with what you have to say about prevention.
How do you know if something is going to cause a disease, and how do I prevent that?
When we look at disease, there are two types of things that cause it.
The first is the primary cause, the virus that causes it.
If you look at a virus like influenza, it doesn’t have a single protein, it has a whole bunch of different proteins, and it’s only one of them that causes that virus to become contagious.
So that’s the first thing you have, and you have a virus that you’re trying to control, and that’s how you prevent it.
The second type of cause, which is the secondary cause, is that you’ve got some combination of other factors.
And if you have some combination, it’s very likely that you’ll be infected with some secondary cause.
So what happens is, as a general rule, we look for that combination, and we find it in the population.
So if you can find a combination, that’s a very strong indicator.
Now, if we look more specifically at secondary causes, there’s a lot of them.
You can think of a coronavirus, or a bacterial pneumonia, as one of the secondary causes.
There are many different types of pneumonia that cause secondary infections.
So we have coronaviruses and bacterial pneumonia.
And we also have different kinds of infections that cause the secondary infections, and these are the secondary diseases that are causing most of the infections.
So, the more that you can isolate, the better chance you have of getting these secondary infections without getting any of the primary causes.
So, that kind of explains why we have so many coronaviral infections and bacterial infections.
We have a lot more of these secondary diseases than we have primary causes, and the more people that have them, the higher the incidence of primary infections.
We also have an epidemic of other infections that have been identified as secondary causes of secondary infections like hepatitis, HIV, tuberculosis, and other forms of infectious diseases.
So even though we have a very small number of primary causes that cause primary infections, these infections are still causing secondary infections that are also secondary to the primary disease.
So what’s the answer to prevent disease and disease from developing?
Well, the answer is, you have two things to do.
The one thing you can do is to vaccinate yourself, or you can get vaccinated, or get a new vaccine, and all of a sudden you don�t get the virus, but you don���t have it.
And you don��t have to do any other interventions to keep the virus out of your body.
So the first intervention is to be vaccinated.
And the way that you do that is you vaccinate, or catch the disease before it develops.
So when you get vaccinated with the vaccine, you are vaccinated before it infects you.
You don�ve got to catch it before it becomes active.
But once it becomes infected, you donít get to keep it in your body for long.
So you have this virus that was created in your intestines that has been in your guts for awhile, and then it has to go through your blood and it infect the other side of your intestine.
So it gets there and gets to your blood, and now it infect your lymphatic system, and your immune system, but it doesn�t infect your liver.
So it has been infected with the virus and it has infected your liver, and there it starts to grow, and if it’s a primary cause of a disease it can grow into a tumor in your liver that will eventually kill you.
But you have antibodies in your blood that will help kill the tumor.
And because you are so good at blocking it, you can prevent it from developing.
And so that way, it won�t go through to your brain, which will kill you, and so you can die, but your body can heal.
The other thing that you have has to do with vaccines.
You have the vaccine that was made in the 1950s, and people