Sweet! Inhalation of sugar can help fight lung infections by stimulating white blood cells
- Scientists from the University of Manchester said that macrophages in the lungs need glucose
- Stimulating cells with high sugar can help fight the infection of the immune system, the risk of bronchial infections and pneumonia  By Daily Mail Reporter
Inhalation of sugar may be a way to fight lung infections, a study showed
. Harmful organisms from the immune system
University of Manchester states that macrophages in the lungs require the correct level of glucose for normal functioning
Stimulation of cells with more sugar can help the immune system to fight bronchial infections responsible for coughing and pneumonia, say in the journal Nature Immunology.