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The Twisted Story of Snow White

by Liubov Edwards   -  June 3rd, 2015

The Twisted Story of Snow White

Not only parents but also brothers and sisters play they roles in shaping our personality. For example according to a recent study having lots brothers and sisters helps boost creativity as they try to be different from each other. Another study asserted that each additional brother or sister correlates with 14% reduction in obesity. It is well known that kids from larger families are more tolerant to diseases and have stronger immune systems. There are lots of other benefits of having siblings; having them makes us happier, helps us stay optimistic and as a result helps us live longer.

If Snow White didn't eat the poison apple, what would have happened?

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Liubov Edwards is an illustrator and graphic designer from Falmouth UK; she has been worked for Canadian and international affiliate pharmacy since Dec 2011.

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Comments:

Wilma says at 2017-10-26 11:39:00

I think you've just captured the answer peercftly

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