9 Incredible Things Your Body Does to Protect Itself

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Uses the nose as a filter

“Our nose is a filter that keeps many irritants out of our sinuses,” explains Dr. Thomas Horowitz of CHA Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center in Los Angeles, California. “The nose has mucus and hairs. The hairs filter larger particles and the mucus catches smaller ones.”

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