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Even if you don't know you're sick yet, your face will give you away

People can judge whether someone is sick by looking at a photo for just a few seconds.

That may not sound remarkable - until you consider that the sick people in the photos were in the very early stages of illnesses. They were participants in a scientific experiment and had agreed to be infected with a bacterium that would cause an inflammatory response. Their portraits were taken just two hours after

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