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Sweating is good. Smelling isn’t.
The average person produces around a litre of sweat a day, from (roughly) 3 million sweat glands. These sweat glands come in two styles: eccrine glands and aprocine glands. Eccrine glands are smaller and cover most of your body. They produce a watery, odourless sweat that helps control your temperature. The larger apocrine glands are mostly found in your armpits....
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