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Increased temperature above normal will help specific immune system (B-cell and T-cell) proliferate and differentiate faster...(one beneficial side).
But, if the temperature is a way toooooooooo high, then it could be a tissue damage for the ill people...(one bad side).
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also inhibits proliferation of bacteria
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Yes because hipothalamus is a centre of temperature regulation
The increased temperature or fever means to suppress the proliferation of pathogens (physical process to maintain homeostasis). When we have excessive pathogens, higher temperature we have. The proliferation of lymphocytes is due to the proliferation rate of pathogens and/or their infection rate.
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