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Your abdomen is more than just your stomach and six-pack (for us muscular types). It’s home to many of your vital organs—your intestines and bladder, the reproductive system, the quirky appendix, and more. So when pain strikes, it requires a bit of sleuthing.
If you’re spending too much time in the bathroom—from diarrhea or constipation—you know how important it is to keep your gut healthy. Before you need to go again, find the answer to your stomach woes.
Your chest, with its large pectoral muscles and curved rib cage, is the body’s armor, protecting your heart and lungs. And it's on high-alert for the slightest pang of pain.
Breathe in, breathe out. Hello oxygen. Goodbye carbon dioxide. With each inhale, your lungs replenish the cells and tissues in your body with life-sustaining oxygen. But when your lungs are under attack—from asthma to inflammation to COVID-19—it can take your breath away.
Sex positivity includes keeping your reproductive organs as healthy as possible. Reduce your risks of sexually transmitted diseases by always practicing safe sex.
You’re pregnant: Know what to expect to have the healthiest pregnancy possible.
Learn what you must do to protect yourself from COVID-19. Also, most common symptoms, best ways to treat, and more.
A smooth operator, the skin goes deep to protect the body from germs, weather, and other potential invaders. It may seem soft, but it puts up a good fight against rashes, burns, and lumps and bumps of all kinds.
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