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APC Sweeps Oyo Local Government Polls

APC Sweeps Oyo Local Government Polls

Elections should not always be about winning, but about taking part. "In the end, APC will win", he said. Declaring the results at a press conference at OYSIEC Headquarters on Sunday, the Chairman of the commission Mr. He alleged that they fell out with him when he asked them to allow other people within the party to, also, benefit, through holding of public offices in his administration. Consulte Mais Informação

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Amber Alert issued for 4-month-old girl in North Carolina

Amber Alert issued for 4-month-old girl in North Carolina

As of 5:30 a.m., Eliana Serrato has been found. Authorities say she was located in Gibsonville. Police say they responded to a domestic assault and learned Ruben Hernandez, 18, assaulted the child's mother and took the girl. Hernandez has warrants now for assault on a female, assault in the presence of a minor and misdemeanor child abuse. ► Make it easy to keep up to date with more stories like this. Consulte Mais Informação

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Australia's Golden Arm Retires after Saving More Than 2-Million Babies

Australia's Golden Arm Retires after Saving More Than 2-Million Babies

After spending the better part of his life donating blood to fetuses in need, 81 year old James Harrison has made his final trip to the blood donation center. "I hope it's a record that somebody breaks, because it will mean they are dedicated to the cause", James said of his last donation. The super donor began donating blood after he underwent major chest surgery at just 14 years old and depended on the blood of strangers to save his life. Consulte Mais Informação

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Take part in the National Mental Health at Work Survey 2018

Take part in the National Mental Health at Work Survey 2018

But the fact is our mental health is just as important as our physical health and we all need to take better care of ourselves. Since his death in 2010, Ben's family launched the Invictus Trust to support other youngsters. Recent MIND research has found that 40% of people with mental health problems have experienced stigma or discrimination in the place they live at the moment, and that two thirds of people with mental health problems have had at least one issue with the quality of their ... Consulte Mais Informação

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Altered body odour indicates malaria even if microscope doesn't

Altered body odour indicates malaria even if microscope doesn't

Many people every year are infected with malaria by asymptomatic carriers, a large number of whom live in areas where the prevalence of malaria is at its heaviest. Infected patients for the initial studies were both microscopy and DNA positive for malaria. In some later investigations, the investigators included 77 individuals who were Positive for malaria based on DNA but revealed no parasites at the microscopic evaluations. Consulte Mais Informação

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Lancashire's Jos Buttler earns recall to Test squad

Lancashire's Jos Buttler earns recall to Test squad

Batsman James Vince has been dropped but opener Mark Stoneman survived the axe and will bat at the top of the order with veteran Alastair Cook, England leading run-scorer in Test cricket. Bess has taken 63 wickets in 16 first-class games at an average of just more than 22. An injury to Somerset teammate Jack Leach has paved the way for Bess's inclusion as the lone specialist spinner in a squad after England decided against recalling Moeen Ali. Consulte Mais Informação

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Is your job killing you?

Is your job killing you?

Coenen found that those who were the most physically active on the job had an 18% higher risk of dying early compared to people with less active occupations. Worldwide public health guidelines encourage people to spend half an hour a day on moderate to intense physical activity to keep healthy, but previous research has shown that those who work in construction and other physically demanding jobs are the least likely to exercise in their leisure time. Consulte Mais Informação

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Eating yogurt can help in fighting chronic inflammation

Eating yogurt can help in fighting chronic inflammation

However, it could also wreak biological havoc on organs and systems and is associated with obesity, metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular disease, and other chronic diseases. "The results indicate that ongoing consumption of yoghurt may be having a general anti-inflammatory effect", said Bolling. In the study, participants were also involved in a high-calorie meal challenge at the beginning and end of their nine-week dietary intervention. Consulte Mais Informação

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Rare two-headed deer found in forest

Rare two-headed deer found in forest

Serres collected the dead twin body and handed it to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. "It's fantastic and extremely rare", D'Angelo said in the release. "The maternal instinct is very strong", D'Angelo added. The researchers analyzed a lot of the scientific literature and discovered Only 19 confirmed cases of conjoined twins in secret involving 1671 only two instances of Conjoined twins are discovered in white-tailed deer, but both have been Foetuses who hadn't been ... Consulte Mais Informação

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CCTV row: Kejriwal, ministers, MLAs sit on 'dharna' outside LG office

CCTV row: Kejriwal, ministers, MLAs sit on 'dharna' outside LG office

Before the protest, Kejriwal attacked the BJP, alleging it does not want CCTV cameras installed in Delhi and hence was stalling the project through the L-G's office. Owing to the corruption charges reaching nearly the doorsteps of the Delhi CM, he and his entire party have chose to rake up a new controversy with the L-G office in a bid to divert attention from his own misgivings", Mr. Consulte Mais Informação

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Ébola mata 19 pessoas na República Democrática do Congo

Ébola mata 19 pessoas na República Democrática do Congo

As vítimas são duas enfermeiras que tiveram contato com os pacientes na região de Bikoro e mais uma pessoa em Iboko, disse neste domingo o responsável médico de Bikoro à "Okapi Radio", a emissora da ONU na RD do Congo. Segundo a Reuters , o presidente Joseph Kabila também se reuniu com o diretor-geral da OMS, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, em Kinshasa, no domingo. Consulte Mais Informação

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Study ranks IN on Top 10 for drug use

Study ranks IN on Top 10 for drug use

Kansas was found to have one of the lowest drug use rates in the nation, landing near the bottom at number 48. Colorado had the 12th highest per capita number of drug users. The drug health issues and rehab category examines several factors related to drug treatment programs and access to them. District of Columbia, Missouri and New Hampshire had the largest drug problems. Consulte Mais Informação

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