Like it or not, sweating is good for you. Sure, it can smell at times, and it’s the culprit of the yellow pit stains on your favorite white tee, but sweating is a basic body function we need to survive.

435 Magazine talked to father-son pair Dr. Michael Munger, family medicine physician at Saint Luke’s Primary Care-Mission Farms, and Dr. Kevin Munger, sports medicine physician at Saint Luke’s Primary Care-Blue Springs, to determine fact versus fiction when it comes to sweat.

Read 435 Magazine's article: "What your sweat is trying to tell you."

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