No One’s Skin is Exactly the Same

And for many, it hold’s so much significance – from race, to culture, to identity. The spectrum of skin color and features is certainly something to celebrate, and these differences can also relate to diseases prevalence, how diseases present, and how patients are impacted.

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3 Vacation-Ready Facials to Prep You for Travel This Summer

Summer is here and if you’re gearing up to travel for the first time in a while, you’ll probably want arrive at your destination fresh-faced. If you haven’t indulged yourself in a facial for a while, a week or two before your big trip is the best time to clean out those pores and reveal your most vacation-ready complexion to date.

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Harvard’s Next President Claudine Gay

Claudine Gay, a widely admired higher education leader and distinguished scholar of democracy and political participation, will become the 30th president of Harvard University on July 1.

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