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Only two months after the Weavers started hospice for their daughter, Sophia, the year old passed away after developing a high fever. Her mother, Natalie Weaver, an activist for people with disabilities, shared the news on social media. While Weaver always advocated for Sophia, she gained supporters when she challenged Twitter on its harassment reporting policies. Sophia had Rett syndromeType 1 diabetes and severe facial deformities and underwent 30 surgeries in her short life.
And as if that were not enough, beautiful people live easier lives — from the nurse who gives more attention to the pretty baby, the schoolteacher who is more likely to blame the ugly kids to the salary negotiations where beauty often results in a bigger paycheck. From a biological perspective it has become clear in recent years that beauty is not a fleeting phenomenon which, like fashion, changes with time and across cultures. Rather, behind all this beauty lies a biological signal that informs the surroundings of how healthy we are.