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Your skin is your body's first line of defense from external injury. It protects you from infectious organisms and environmental stresses, and helps you maintain your body temperature. An average adult's skin weighs about 9 pounds, and has a surface area of around 20 square feet, making the skin the body's largest organ.

Thriving in your relationship in the midst of a crisis
You really don't have to make two sets of meals
Cook-ahead breakfasts for the freezer