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Ancient cave painters were realists rather than dreamers, at least when it came to depicting horses, according to an analysis of pre-historic horse DNA.
Skincare Market Inc. carries the newest product from iS Clinical called the White Lightening Serum for the lowest price nationwide guaranteed.
Individuals with oculocutaneous albinism, type 1 (OCA1) have white hair, very pale skin, and light-colored irises because they have none, or very little, of the pigment melanin in their skin, hair, and eyes.
Scientists have discovered a more effective alternative to skin whitening creams, and it comes from an ancient Chinese herb.
Scientists today reported discovery of the active ingredients in an herb used in traditional Chinese medicine for skin whitening, changing skin color to a lighter shade.
TEMPLE, Texas, Aug. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Scott & White Healthcare Board of Trustees Chairman Drayton McLane announced today the future retirement of Scott & White Healthcare President and CEO Alfred B. Knight, M.D. Dr.
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TEMPLE, Texas, May 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Scott & White Temple Hospital physician Arden L.
LOS ANGELES, March 29 /PRNewswire/ -- TJ White, CEO of T-Minus Productions, has just inked a deal with Nick Jacobs for the movie rights to "Fight Schlub." "Fight Schlub" is a comedy about an average Joe who loses his girlfriend to an MMA Champion.
The Camarillo white horse is a breed of horse that was developed in the United States of America in 1921. Its development began when Adolfo Camarillo obtained a Spanish Mustang named Sultan and began breeding him with mares of the Morgan breed. It was bred exclusively on the Camarillo Ranch for sixty-five years until 1987, after Camarillo’s daughter passed away and sold all of the horses at auction. By 1991, there were only eleven remaining Camarillo white horses and the Camarillo White...
The American paint horse was developed in the United States using the American quarter horse and the thoroughbred, producing a desirable horse that greatly resembles the quarter horse and has pinto markings. After the creation of the American Quarter Horse Association, which focused on solid colors, in 1940, breeders wanted to preserve the more colorful horses produced from quarter horses. As a result, many organizations were founded that would later merge to become the American Paint Horse...
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