A new study has found that people with a glow skin color have higher rates of car accidents, according to the Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery.
It found that the people who have more melanin pigment in their skin have higher accidents than those with less pigment.
The study was led by Dr. Michael DeMarco, a dermatologist in San Francisco, and the researchers analyzed data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, which covers about 1.2 million people.
They also compared the rate of car crashes between people with glow skin and people with normal skin color.
In the study, researchers compared the rates of fatal car crashes in people with more melanins to the rates in normal people with similar melanin levels.
In the case of cars, they found that those with more pigment had a 4 percent higher risk of a fatal crash.
There is also a correlation between melanin content and other factors that can increase the risk for fatal crashes,” Dr. Daley added. “
For instance, a person with a very low amount of pigment in the inner layer of the skin may have a very high crash rate compared to a person who has a very large amount of pigmentation.
There is also a correlation between melanin content and other factors that can increase the risk for fatal crashes,” Dr. Daley added.
Dr. DeLucas study, published in the Journal for the Assessment of Accidents and Trauma, also found that melanin has an effect on brain development.
The more melanons in a person’s skin, the more likely they are to have brain tumors.
The researchers also found melanin is an indicator of the level of inflammation in the brain, which is linked to brain disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease and depression.
If you have more pigment in your skin, you are more likely to have an increased risk of brain tumors, the researchers said.
The team said it is possible that the increased risk is caused by the fact that melanins in the body can react to certain chemicals.
However, the study doesn’t prove melanin causes cancer, and researchers said they don’t know if melanin caused the increased crash rates in people who had a higher melanin level.
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