What does "physical care" mean?

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Physical care is taking care of the external organs of a persons body in order to make them mechanically fit to go about normal activities. This is achieved mainly by fitness and clean habits to ensure disease is kept at bay. It is associated intimately with physical health and wellbeing.
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