Is Big Science racist?

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Many African Americans have white blood cell counts below the normal range of people of European descent. Many African Americans are more susceptible to inflammatory diseases such as Crohn’s. Racial and Ethnic Differences in Mortality at Older Ages by Irma T. Elo and Samuel H. Preston shows that, ‘Black death rates consistently exceed white death rates’ up to the age of 70.

These, and many other comparisons of the imbalance between races are facts. They are backed by large scale epidemiological studies, and census information going back nearly a century. I’ll tell you why I have become more aware of this in a moment, but first I’d like to look at the question: Is Big Science therefore racist?

Name a scientist

Personally I don’t like the terms ‘black’ or ‘white’ to describe people. It’s a lazy shorthand, but as we all know how it is used, here’s a challenge: Name ten white scientists, and ten black scientists....

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Embarrassed by body hair?

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Many people feel uncomfortable about having what they feel is too much body hair, or having hair in ‘the wrong places’. This is particularly the case for women, but lots of men are also keen to improve their esthetics by removing excess or unwanted hair.
The traditional method of hair removal – using a razor – is still used by an estimated two thirds of all women wishing to depilate, however this has many disadvantages. It’s time consuming, can cause nicks, and worst of all is only the most temporary of fixes. Very soon the hair re-grows and because it now has a blunt tip from the razor cut, it can seem more coarse and ‘stubbly’.

Pluck it out!

Another approach is to pluck out individual hairs using tweezers – a painful and time-consuming activity! Waxing is offered by many cosmeticians and beauticians as a better alternative, which has longer-lasting results, and yet still doesn’t address the issue of re-growth. Now the hair is...

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The Elysion-Pro story begins

Hanna Zaborszky is a business woman, and mother of two young girls. She divides her time between living in Florida, and her native Hungary. It was while in Budapest, the capital of Hungary, that she booked an appointment for Laser Hair Removal. Hanna had treatments for LHR in the past, and knew the process to be somewhat painful, producing swelling and discomfort around the treated area for days afterwards. She went to a new salon in the city, prepared for another less-than-pleasant session, and was very surprised.

“It wasn’t painful, my skin didn’t get hot or swollen, and I wasn’t red and blotchy afterwards,” says Hanna. She asked the beautician who was giving her the treatment what this ‘magic’ system was, and soon learned about the Elysion-Pro LHR device. Elysion-Pro is the market leader in Europe, having been launched there several years ago. Hanna was particularly interested in the fact that the system is a fully European product, being...

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