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Tinnitus mapped inside human brain

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Newborn was youngest UK organ donor

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Mosquito 'lured by body odour genes'

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NHS should welcome 'citizen whistleblowers'

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Another in a series of debates about hair. Inspired by Chris Rocks movie called "Goog Hair".... enjoy and stay tuned for the 60 min. DVD
See more on GOOD HAIR BAD HAIR DEBATE @ http://wacp.tv/magazine.

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Comment by Diane Friday on June 20, 2010 at 1:47am
Did you know that all human hair you purchase is not all human? Some human hair is mixed with 'Yak' hair! Check the Yak animal out; some of you have been had and the sellers are laughing all the way to the bank!
On the flip side, can you imagine if all blacks did not buy this fake hair? The Koren, Chinese, etc economy would crash...we have power to crash an economy that only take your money...who put nothing in your community! Think about it...Wake-Up!
Comment by LaFaith Networks on June 20, 2010 at 5:22am
All hair is GOOD, to me NO Bad hair!
Your hair is just another part of you, How you take care of your hair is a part of taking care of you. You see I had long straight thin hair and I did not like it growing up. One day I asked my Mother if I could do what I wanted with my hair. I think my mom said yes, because she knew I was a girl to take care of her hair. You see, I know many that don't and that's because it takes time to keep your hair Good hair. Some of us have Relax hair, Natural hair, thick hair, short hair, long hair, curly hair, and all types of hair. Your hair is a part of your charter, and taking the time out keep you with Good hair. Here are some tips to not only maintain your hair, but the beauty in You! (click)

Comment by LaFaith Networks on June 21, 2010 at 9:18pm
Comment by TheArtiste Hassan on June 21, 2010 at 9:33pm
Shay, this is where Natural and Beauty came together and said...
"WOW... I REALLY LOVE ME, MYSELF AND I"
I'll take all of them, NO CHANGES except the red lipstick on one! smile))))

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