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Help is Hard to Find for Child Sex Abuse Victims in India

...ealing with stress," she said ruefully, though the rotund girl she describes is now difficult to spot in her slim form. "There are people I know who are doing things that are not good for them" because of past abuse, said the young woman. "I know for a fact that 90 percent of my girlfriends were sexuall...

Intestinal Bacteria Blamed for Rotund Figures

... bacteria from fat ,they were found to become more rotund .If these findings find a footing with more clinical trials ,it could pave the way to fight the extra bulge , by controlling the bacteria count in the intestines. The bacteria belong to two major divisions ,Bacteriotedes and Firmicutes, that compri...

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