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The Skin I am In: The Day I Realized I Was Body Shaming Myself

I gave birth to my daughter one year ago this month, and unlike many of my peers; I had done very little to whip my body back into any other shape but tired. While others around me were gliding back into their pre-baby panties I was still wearing my maternity stretch pants. Using the extra width of the belly band as a sort of Love-Handle-Sucker-Inner. Life had gotten the best of me. Due to some post baby health complications, being part of a blended family with a special needs child, and the fact that I love food more than I love beach bodies; I was left feeling pretty down about my body this past year.

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Forensic experts create e-fits from DNA: Traces at crime scenes used to build face shapes with accurate eye and skin colours Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2932943/Forensic-experts-create-e-fits-DNA-Traces-crime-scenes-used-build-face-shapes-accurate-eye-skin-colours.html#ixzz3QJZVFjNT Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Until now, DNA left at the scene of a crime only proves useful if it is already stored in a database and can be matched to a suspect. But a team of forensic experts have devised a way to recreate the face of a person, including eye and skin colour, using as little as 50 picograms (0.05 nanograms) of extracted DNA. Called DNA phenotyping, the tests also determine the person’s ancestry, if they have freckles and can be used to match with distant relatives. DNA phenotyping is the prediction of physical appearance from DNA and is a technique being pioneered by Virginia-based Parabon Nanolabs. The technology can be used to generate leads in criminal cases where there are no suspects or database hits, or to help identify remains, for example. Samples can be potentially taken from as little as a fingerprint. Parabon’s Snapshot Forensic system is said to be able to accurately predict genetic ancestry, eye colour, hair colour, skin colour, freckling, and face shape in individuals from any ethnic background. Each prediction is presented with a ‘measure of confidence’. As an example, the test can say a person has green eyes with 61 per cent confidence, green or blue with […]

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How Criminals Are Using ATM Skimming to Get Your PIN & Under Your Skin

How Criminals Are Using ATM Skimming to Get Your PIN & Under Your Skin

Skimming attacks have jumped by 12 percent since 2013.  Undoubtedly, online criminals continue to become more creative (and elusive) with the tactics they are employing to steal banking, credit, and personal financial information. What’s more, one of the favored approaches […]

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