• white spots on tonsils
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    White spots on tonsils

    Every inch of the human body is a testimony of their health. An abnormality in any part of your body can provide lots of information about your health. A lot of people would definitely panic if they see white spots on their tonsils. Well, this is expected since no one wants to see white spots on their throat. Tonsils play a very important role and that is maintaining the immune system of the body, basically on the respiratory system. What you should know is that tonsils are not just part of your body but they are also essential in fighting against the virus and bacteria creating infections. They are able…

  • Woman weightlifting with dumbbells
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    It’s never too late to get fit and look fabulous

    Being physically fit and healthy encompasses a lot of things. It involves how you feel, what you feel and your overall health. Physical fitness and health can’t be measured by muscles and abs alone. In fact, those are not the primary measure of health and fitness. Some of the steps are hidden but quite visible in our blood tests, pressure and even cholesterol levels. Body Fat Distribution Storing fat in the body is a delicate issue, and it can give us a glimpse into whether you are overweight, underweight or within a normal weight range. Some people store their weight in the waist and belly. They are called apple body…

  • woman pours red wine into glass
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    When is drinking a problem? 7 signs you might need to stop

    Drinking alcohol is an extremely common pastime for adults aged 21 and over. However, that does not mean that alcohol isn’t addictive, and it may be sometimes difficult to spot a drinking problem. Here are 7 signs that drinking may be a problem and that you or someone else should stop drinking alcohol. 1. Other People Have Told You That You Have a Drinking Problem One of the first signs that you have a drinking problem is that others have told you that they are worried about your drinking. This could be both a full blown intervention or even just mentioning it in passing. Remember, your friends and family just…

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