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Megan McKenna cakes on the fake tan but sports pale hands ahead of TOWIE stint
Waving her pale manicured hands to fans waiting outside for a glimpse of the new TOWIE star , clubbers couldn't help but notice the difference in pallor of Megans talons to her bronzed face.
Ex-Bank of England chief Mervyn King's verdict on euro project revealed
His pallor was gone, he was upright again and he had a mischievous smile. Escaping the confines of the Bank and a life which required him to attend endless meetings here and overseas has clearly done him a world of good. Yet King still has some very ...
Goodbye, Mr. Obama.
A personal question or two for the politician-in-chief who decided not to be my President. I'm not sure what circumstance in your life made you hate me so much. What exactly is my greatest sin in your ledger?
Lead's good for you? Why US embraced toxin
The architect Vitruvius thought earthenware pipes would be healthier for drinking water than lead pipes, noting the unhealthy pallor of lead workers. In the 19th Century, more scientists caught on to lead, as did Charles Dickens.
Downton Abbey Finale: A Nutrition Lesson Learned
Patients had anemia with all its symptoms (fatigue, pallor, rapid heart beat), and also mental slowness, memory loss, numbness and tingling of hands and feet, walking difficulties and mild dementia. In the lab, a blood smear would show megaloblasts: ...

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