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    Never Sick
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    twoodworth91 posted:
    Hello there, as the title says, I haven't been sick in well over a decade. I'm almost 22, I don't take any medication, no health issues, I don't smoke or drink, no supplements, nothing.

    A friend told me that it isn't good for me to not be sick, since being sick is your body getting rid of anything bad inside of it.

    So my question is, is it bad to never be sick?


    Thank you.
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    twoodworth91 responded:
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    An_251837 responded:
    Never heard that anyone should be sick. There are many of us who deal with serious chronic health problems and would give anything to never be sick or in pain.

    Be thankful that you are healthy and stop listening to your friends.


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