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Scientists discover that when sunlight touches your skin, a powerful blood pressure lowering compound called nitric oxide is released into your bloodstream. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/07/15/sun-exposure.aspx
Fanny Mills (1860-1892). Fanny was the daughter of English immigrants and suffered from Milroy disease, a condition which restricts development of the lymph vessels in the legs. Even though she was a petite woman, she had to wear size 30 shoes. Fanny's manager offered a small fortune to any man willing to marry her, and she received many proposals. She married a man named William Brown and died in 1892 after a short illness.
Isabel Letham 1914 Isabel Letham (23 May 1899 – 11 March 1995) was an Australian pioneer surfboard rider and swimming instructor, renowned as 'the first Australian to ride a surfboard' (although she disputed that claim - Isma Amor of Manly is believed to be the first Australian Female Surfer and Tommy Walker of Manly is believed to be the first Australian Male Surfer). A probably erroneous story has been repeated for years that In January 1915 at Freshwater Beach, Sydney