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To Stockings or Not to Stockings?

The title of this post might be somewhat misleading seeing as the “stockings” women wear for Carnival are really dance tights. Stockings are much lighter in denier, prone to run very easily and are not sheer to the waist. 662 more words

Totally Fabulous

World Cancer Day: Fight

BY Funmi Aboderin||

Today; the 4th of February, is the day where the world unites to fight against cancer.

By creating awareness, this global event strives to create positive approach to fight against cancer by providing information on early detection, prevention and treatment. 101 more words

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Rand Paul: Children Got 'Profound Mental Disorders' After Receiving Vaccines

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) argued Monday that debate over whether to allow parents more choice in the vaccination of their children was a matter of “freedom,” citing personal knowledge of kids “who wound up with profound mental disorders” after receiving immunizations for diseases like Hepatitis B and measles. 285 more words

Viruses, Vaccines and Immunotherapy

Viruses, Vaccines and Immunotherapy

Writer and Curator: Larry H. Bernstein, MD, FCAP

This discussion is exclusively concerned with viruses, the infectious particles of coated DNA or RNA, that have been a major cause of epidemics.   11.074 more words

Molecular Genetics & Pharmaceutical

The Great Dirty Diaper Debacle

Dearest Elizabeth,

It’s been a busy couple of weeks. Nothing extraordinary, but I’m feeling a bit worn down from being spread so thin. Nonetheless, I still have stories to share, and more photos of adorable you. 764 more words