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    AARUS Foundation urges vitiligo fighters to be their own Valentine

    AARUS Foundation

    Have you ever experienced that exhilarating feeling when you find out that someone loves you, admires you, and cares for you? Unconditional love is something all human beings crave, then how can vitiligo fighters be any different. After all, it feels good to matter—to be important to someone. Unfortunately, many people find love on the […] More

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    Vitiligo made you quit the gym? Try these Yoga Poses to stay lean

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    Contrast to popular belief, weight gain has nothing or little to do with your fat intake. In reality, fat is essential for the upkeep of the human body that needs it and clearly identifies it. The real culprit is toxins in your body – substances your body cannot identify and process. In order to lose […] More

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    Ladies Shoes – Top Must-Have Styles

    Mariah Perkins

    Christian Dior, the legendary fashion designer, once said, “You can never take too much care over the choice of your shoes. Too many women think that they are unimportant, but the real proof of an elegant woman is what is on her feet.” And, rightly so! You can’t get your look right unless you’ve got […] More

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    Primark hires a Teen Model with Vitiligo. 3 Likely Impacts

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    Even though vitiligo isn’t life-threatening, it can make any kid or teen feel different as long as he/she is subjected to hateful remarks, strange stares, and bullying in school. Thankfully, we have brands like Primark that has decided to represent kids and teenagers with vitiligo in their advertising campaigns for its new ranges of children’s […] More

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    Veteran Madhubani Painting Artist with Vitiligo conferred Padma Shri

    Godavari Dutta

    As the constantly ticking clock progressed towards India’s 70th Republic Day, people across the country eagerly awaited to know the names that were enlisted for the Padma Shri awards 2019, the fourth highest civilian awards of the country. Still, nobody suspected this year’s awards to be glorious for vitiligo representation. Godavari Dutta, often referred to […] More

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    5 Poems on Vitiligo that’ll break your Heart and put it back together

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    Rejections and heartbreaks from unwanted remarks and strange stares are part of many vitiligo fighters’ self-love journey. Since poetry frequently explores the pain, it’s no surprise that there could be a poetess like Kinjal Sanghavi who has explored the psyche of a vitiligo fighter through her poems. Being a vitiligo crusader herself, Kinjal is empowered […] More

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    Vitiligo Crusaders | Page 78 | The One with a Heart on Her Face

    Denise Chamberlain

    Denise Chamberlain, 42, is a full-time mother, nanny and home health aide. Apart from donning these many caps, she is working as a model, speaker and most importantly as a voice of vitiligo awareness. She has participated in Paul Mitchell Hair and Fashion Show, Indianapolis Black Expo (Passion 4 Fashion Week), BeYoutiful Hair and Fashion […] More

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    Dealing with Suicidal Thoughts in Vitiligo

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    David Concepcion Diaz was a kind, sweet and sensitive young man who had a bright future ahead of him. In early 2007, he was diagnosed with vitiligo. Less than a year later on July 15, 2008, David chose to end his life. He was just 25. Over the years, many cases like Davis’s have been […] More

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    Why should Vitiligo Fighters Meditate?

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    Vitiligo often leaves us feeling tired, helpless and basically unable to cope. Encountering such feelings are our body’s way of telling us to slow down and to take a few deep breaths. Interestingly, most vitiligo fighters think that breathing is an instinctive act and there is no right or wrong way to do it. But, […] More

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