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Denise N. Fyffe was born in Jamaica; she is a child of the eighties, the last era where mankind was more into values than temporal vanity. She attended Harbour View Primary and Camperdown High before exploring further educational studies in Computer Programming, Counselling and Education. Denise has a myriad of talents and abilities; however, her one constant passion is writing. Her focus has always been on giving a voice to the human condition and being a constant and ever present witness; a ‘penman’ to all the secrets and tragedies of life. Denise is also a board member of the Jamaican Writers Society.
The colour of the mucus being coughed out is generally an indicator as to what kind of infection a person has. Continue reading to learn to learn just what your colour mucus means...
Yellow or greenish yellow phlegm generally indicates an active infection. During this time, the mucus will consist more of dead white blood cells and dead bacteria or viruses. This is because the dead cells that had been fighting the infection are discarded from the body through phlegm, resulting in a yellowish colour.