The average white blood cell count or leukocyte count is 4,500 to 10,000 per microliter, according to Healthline, although infants have higher ranges. The normal range, differ between individuals, says About Health. Thos... More »

Doctors treat low white blood counts by treating the underlying cause, such as providing antibiotics for an infection, according to the Merck Manual Consumer Version. With this condition, infections can become serious or... More »

Certain drugs may increase WBC count, including corticosteroids, epinephrine, lithium, heparin, granulocyte colony stimulating factor and beta adrenergic agonists, as listed by MedlinePlus. No specific foods or dietary c... More »

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