HealthandAge - Comments for "Weight Gain in Middle Age Reduces Odds of Healthy Survival in Women" /weight-gain-in-middle-age-reduces-odds-of-healthy-survival-in-women Comments for "Weight Gain in Middle Age Reduces Odds of Healthy Survival in Women" en Weight Gain in Middle Age Reduces Odds of Healthy Survival in Wo /weight-gain-in-middle-age-reduces-odds-of-healthy-survival-in-women#comment-764 <p>Ever heard of a tonsilith? No, it isn't a monument to tonsils. A tonsilith is a deposit that forms on the outside of your tonsils, typically it will be food particles and dead cells in general that build up, but they give you a sore throat. It's sort of a far more benign version of gall stones or kidney stones. (They just aren't anywhere NEAR as painful!) Removing them is simple. Usually they will just drop off on their own, or you can have your doctor remove them as a simple outpatient procedure – where they stick their hand down you're throat and remove them.</p> <p>(this comment was moderated by the admin)</p> pubDate Fri, 16 Oct 2009 10:06:00 +0200 dc:creator oklanp guid false comment 764 at http://www.healthandage.com