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    Get Washboard Abs in 5 Easy Steps

    washboard abs

    It is a dream for most of us – to possess a totally fit and ready-for-any-challenge physique. An integral part of that is having a toned torso, and washboard abs are critical towards this end. But there is a vast difference between thinking of and being able to sculpt great abs. Take heart, for we […] More

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    Is Drinking Water from a Copper Vessel effective in Vitiligo?

    Copper Vessel water for vitiligo

    The number of home remedies for vitiligo may seem endless. However, one vitiligo remedy seems to have stood the test of time. It has been used all over the world and many users of this home treatment have seen some drastic improvements in their vitiligo and leucoderma. The remedy is simply drinking water (in the […] More

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    Vitiligo Crusaders | Page 82 | Why your Attitude is everything

    Cesar Lindarte Castro

    Cesar Lindarte Castro, 31 is originally from Caracas, the capital of Venezuela. He currently lives in Bogotá, Colombia where he is employed as a ‘Karate Do’ instructor. He is also a Dan in the style of Goju-Ryu and is the official representative of Okinawa Goju-Ryu Karate Do Kyokai (O.G.K.K) for Colombia. Cesar had his first […] More

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    A Menina Feita de Nuvens for Little, Brazilian Vitiligo Fighters

    A Menina Feita de Nuvens

    For parents, it is always difficult to help their child navigate the broad range of challenges posed by vitiligo. It’s not unusual for kids with vitiligo to avoid playing outdoors. As long as they are stared at and made unkind remarks about, they blame themselves for looking a certain way. This, in turn, can hamper […] More

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    My Vitiligo Story | From Darshan’s Diary

    Darshan Bob

    I was 9 years old when I had my first encounter with vitiligo. The year was 2011. It first appeared on my leg and then on my hands and lips. It spread on my face too, but after three years, it disappeared mysteriously. With increasing white patches, it got harder to go out with my […] More

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    Vitiligo in News | March 2019

    vitiligo news march

    The month of March brought cheers to vitiligo fighters as John Harris, director of the Vitiligo Clinic and Research Center at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, said that the longer-lasting treatment for vitiligo could be available within the next few years. Harris, M.D., Ph.D. is currently working on a new treatment-in-testing that targets and […] More

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    11 bodyweight exercises to keep your health in check

    New Year Resolution for Vitiligo

    Earlier, in many blogs, we explained how exercising can help you ditch vitiligo-led stress and make you look beyond the chronic skin disorder. But, how many vitiligo fighters pay absolute attention to their health and fitness regime. Not many. If you feel a lack of time, no gym membership or not knowing how to use […] More

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    Brock Elbank concludes widely celebrated Vitiligo Portrait Series

    Brock Elbank's Vitiligo Series

    Ace photographer Brock Elbank has recently shot his 63rd and last portrait for his “Vitiligo” series that celebrated the beauty of the human form. With minimalist, high-contrast portraits, Elbank highlighted the beauty of asymmetrical vitiligo patterns, documenting each individual’s unique face and body. Since all good things come to an end. So, Elbank’s 22 months […] More

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    Handbags to complete your look – SLING ’em on

    D'Yonna Riley

    If you want to carry some things without letting your hands be too busy, sling bags are your answer! Your mobile phone, essential makeup products (especially if you don’t leave home without covering your vitiligo), apartment, and car keys and the book you’re reading… you can carry it all on your shoulder in your sling […] More

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