Can bi-racial children get sickle cell disease? The short answer is YES! We know already that sickle cell is common in Africans, African Americans, people from mediterranean countries like Greece and Turkey, India, spanish speaking regions in south and central America and parts of the carribean. This means that both dark and light skin people can carry copies of the sickle cell genes.
Female fashion has really turned a corner over recent years and today's woman played a large role in that shift. It's no secret that fashion brands are now learning the importance of inclusiveness and diversity playing no small part in having a successful brand.