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Saturday, January 31, 2015

9 Tips For Building a Loving Relationship

Here are 9 easy tips to build a loving relationship:

1. Create a safe environment where you can trust and share openly without being afraid.
Don’t interrupt, even if you need to put your hand over your mouth to stop yourself. Learn to fight fairly. No name calling. Don’t make threats. Apologize when you know you should. If

ENTERTAINMENT:Shakira and Gerard Pique Welcome Second Baby

On Thursday, Shakira and soccer pro Gerard Pique welcome Sasha Piqué Mebarak. Their son, also their second, was born at 9:54 p.m. in Barcelona and both mother and child are in good health according to a story posted to her official website.The couple's son's

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10 Things You Need To Know This Saturday Morning

Good morning! Here are 10 things you need to know this morning:
1. No fewer than 47 persons reportedly lost their lives in fresh attacks in both Benue and Taraba states. Report says while 27 were killed at Nwonko village in Wukari Local Government Area of Taraba state, 20 were killed in Benue State. Both attacks were

FASHION PERFECT: The Reason Your Bra Doesn't Fit

You’ve been professionally measured and spent a fortune on new bras – but they still don’t fit. Now, experts believe they know the reason why.
Surprising as it may seem, the sizing system used by the lingerie industry dates back a hundred years – and is based on men’s measurements.
Sue McDonald, a bra fitting specialist who has researched the system’s origins, said bra

EXERCISE 101: Mini Office Or Home Work-outs

Here's a work-out routine by Mike Geary, Certified Nutrition Specialist, Certified Personal Trainer and Author of best-selling program, that could totally help you catch-up with fitness either in the office or at home.
Warning: this style of workout is way different than anything you’ve ever tried before and may result in a dramatically leaner, stronger body so that your friends no longer recognize you in a matter of weeks!
Alright, I exaggerated about your friends not recognizing you, but this workout is still great for busy people that always use the excuse that they don’t have time to go to the gym, or

Every Lump Is Threatening Until It's Been Confirmed Cancer Free

An estimated 20,000 breast cancer cases are recorded in Nigeria annually. Only annual screening guarantees prevention of untimely death. Today, more Nigerian women are aware of their breast health and breast cancer; however, some damaging myths exist that misinform on the benefits of early detection and seeking prompt care.  In commemoration of the World Cancer Day, Sebbeccly Cancer Care is dispelling common myths around the

Friday, January 30, 2015

Four Dies As Gas Explodes In Mexico Children Hospital

A gas tank truck blew up outside a children’s hospital in Mexico City on Thursday, killing at least four people and injuring dozens, including 22 children, as the building partly collapsed.
Rescuers with dogs searched the rubbles of the Maternity and Children’s Hospital in the Cuajimalpa borough for

DRINK GOOD- Drink Of The Day: Virgin Bloody Mary

Virgin Bloody Mary tomato drink,often referred to as simply Virgin Mary, or BloodyMary is a popular cocktail containing vodka, tomato juice and combinations of other spices and flavourings including Worcestershire sauceTabasco saucepier piri sauce, beef consommé or bouillonhorseradishceleryolivessaltblack peppercayenne pepperlemon juice, and celery salt. It has been called "the world's most complex cocktail".

Bird Flu In China

The Department of Health, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region notified WHO on 23 January 2015, 1 additional laboratory-confirmed case of human infection with avian influenza A(H7N9) virus.
The patient is a 79-year-old male who developed symptoms on 19 January and on the same day consulted a private doctor. He was admitted at the Accident and Emergency Department (AED) of

JOHESU STRIKE: UBTH Calls For Renegotiation

The Chief Medical Director of Benin city Edo state, CMD, University of Benin Teaching Hospital, Prof. Michael Ibadin, has appealed to members of the Joint Health Workers Union, JOHESU, in the country, who have been on strike since December 12, 2014 to suspend their strike and return to the negotiation

WOMEN'S CLINIC- The Most Dangerous Day In A Woman's Life

      By Dr. Femi Ogunyemi

Many across Nigeria will be celebrating a baby’s delivery today. Labour has ended with smiles, cheers and thanksgiving.
They say birthdays, funerals, weddings and naming ceremonies are the commonest social pastimes in Nigeria.
Cue music……..
What with the dancing, the food, the drink, the rituals…kolanut, salt, honey, the Pastor, the

Boko Haram Livestock Plot

 Yesterday, the federal Government revealed the purported plans by Boko Haram to use male suicide bombers who would disguise as cobblers (shoe menders) as well as livestock, like goats, cows, donkeys and camels, to carry out their deadly missions.

According to  Mr. Mike Omeri, Coordinator of the National Information Centre, “available


Good morning Nigeria, it's a bright Friday morning. We wish you a great start. Plus at the close of work today, i hope you can really thank God its Friday.

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Bird Flu- Four more Nigerian States Affected

The Federal Government announced on Wednesday 28, that the H5N1 influenza virus, also known as bird flu, which was reported to have hit 7 states in the country is now currently in 11 states.

Nigeria to Be Certified Polio Free in January

Dr Halliru Alhassan, The Minister of Health, on Thursday January 2, says Nigeria will be certified polio-free this January.
The News Agency of Nigeria ( NAN) reports that Alhassan disclosed this to newsmen in Sokoto while reviewing some of the activities of his ministry in 2014.
According to him, no case of polio has been recorded in the country in the last six months, and this qualifies the country to be declared polio-free in line with global requirements.
“This is because only six cases of the wild polio virus were recorded in the last six months in Kano and Jigawa states.

Expert Attributes Cause of Most Chronic Diseases to Food Intake

An Alternative Medicine expert, Dr Yusuf Issa, has attributed most chronic health problems to food intakes.
Issa, a German-trained expert in complementary and alternative medicine‎, made the disclosure at a lecture he delivered in Ibadan on sunday 4, January 2015.
The lecture which was organised by the Bodija Muslim Community, was entitled “Prevention, Management and Possible Control of Terminal Diseases”.

Bird Flu Now In Seven States- Federal Government

Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, on Wednesday 22, disclosed that the Avian Influenza recently reported in Kano and Lagos States, has now spread to five other States.
He listed the states to include Kano, Lagos, Ogun, Delta, Rivers, Edo and Plateau, stating that 21 commercial farms, nine Live Bird Markets and one private zoo have been affected in the seven states.
"A total of 140,390 birds have been associated with bird flu exposures, with 22,573 (16%) mortality

Locally Produced Anti-retoviral Drugs Coming Soon- UNAIDS

Dr Bilali Camara, The Country's Director of the United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) , said on Thursday, 22 January, that four companies will begin production of drugs in Nigeria.
Camara, who is also the UNAIDS Focal Point for ECOWAS, disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja.

He said the local production of  drugs would enable people access treatment at a cheaper rate.He added that it will also help those on life treatment,  stressing that people live on treatment for 15 to 30 years.“We

Joint Health Sector Union (JOHESU) Benin Take To The Streets

The Federal Government's inability to implement a Memorandum of Understanding entered it into with Health Workers in 2013, yesterday led to a protest by the Edo State Chapter of health workers, under the umbrella of Joint Health Sector Union, in Benin City.
The dissatisfied health workers, who were drawn from the University of Benin Teaching Hospital and the Federal Neuropsychiatric Hospital, Uselu-Benin city, all wore black wrist bands, signifying a reflection of the poor state of the nation’s health sector.

The Edo State Chairman of the Senior Staff Association of University Teaching Hospitals, Research Institutes and Associated Institutions, Mr. Frank Igbinovia, said the Federal Government failed to implement a National Industrial Court verdict in favour of JOHESU.