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But it turns out we are asking the wrong question-at least according to scientists who study human genetics and evolution

SnapMilfs review
But it turns out we are asking the wrong question-at least according to scientists who study human genetics and evolution Millions of modern humans ask themselves the same question every morning while looking in the mirror: Why am I so hairy? As a society, we spend millions of dollars per year on lip waxing, eyebrow threading, laser hair removal, and face and leg shaving, not to mention the cash we hand over to Supercuts or the neighborhood salon. For them, the big mystery is why we are so hairless. Millar says understanding the way the inhibitor system works could also help in research of other skin conditions like psoriasis and vitiligo, which causes a blotchy loss of coloration on the skin Evolutionary theorists have put forth numerous hypotheses for why humans became the naked mole r...