Jumpstart Your Body

McIntosh, Lynn
February 2002
Alive: Canada's Natural Health & Wellness Magazine;Feb2002, Issue 232, p40
Presents a list of methods to ensuring a healthy and active lymphatic system. Benefits of an exercise to the system; Effects of a weak immune system; Indications of dehydration.


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