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Dangers of Skin Bleaching

Amelia had always felt insecure about her dark skin. Growing up, she had been teased and bullied for it, and as she got older, the pressure to conform to what she thought was “western beauty standards” only increased. One day, she stumbled upon an online forum where people were raving about the benefits of skin bleaching. It promised to lighten her skin tone and make her look more attractive.

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Skin changes not to ignore

Jenny had always been proud of her clear, glowing skin. She never had to deal with acne in her teenage years and barely used makeup to cover up blemishes. However, one day, she noticed a small spot on her forehead that wouldn't go away. It didn't itch or hurt, but it was there, and it bothered her. She assumed it was a pimple and tried various treatments, but it wouldn't budge.

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AIDS and Tuberculosis

Ngozi coughed as she walked into the hospital, feeling weak and dizzy. She had lost a lot of weight recently and was always tired. Her doctor ran some tests and broke the devastating news- she had AIDS and tuberculosis. The Connection between AIDS and Tuberculosis (TB) AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome) is a disease caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV),

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