When it comes to your health, you may have to do some soul searching.
According to a study published by researchers at Duke University, the answer depends on how you view your body’s health.
The study looked at the health of 2,200 people from various ethnic backgrounds and found that black people were more likely to die from chronic diseases such as cancer and cardiovascular disease.
Meanwhile, white people were slightly more likely than people of other races to live longer, according to the study.
While the study didn’t specifically look at the role of skin color in these findings, its authors suggested that the “pink” and “black” skin may be more resistant to inflammation, the cause of many diseases.
In the meantime, the study suggests that black and brown people may benefit more from a more natural approach to health, such as physical exercise and regular exercise, than the “red” and white ones.
(AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)In the end, however, researchers found that the more you look at your body, the better your health will look.
This is because your skin is a much more diverse and complex structure than white people think.
“A skin tone of light-medium gray to medium gray skin tone is one of the most common characteristics that people in various ethnic groups have,” said Dr. Jennifer M. Nadel, a dermatologist at Duke who was not involved in the study, according the AP.
The research was published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology.
The authors found that people of all ethnicities were more susceptible to the effects of aging and the effects that lifestyle and physical activity have on your health.
“We believe that the results show that skin color is a complex and multifaceted trait, which can be associated with different health outcomes,” the study concluded.