Day: June 15, 2020

5 celebrities that snatchs other women husband

5 celebrities that snatchs other women husband

In this write-up, we shall be exposing some Nigerian Celebrities, who despite their affluence and beauty, couldn’t find their own men but decided to break the happiness of other women by taking their men. Mercy Johnson Mercy Johnson is a famous Nollywood actress and a television personality, always known for her ability to cry in movies. Mercy Johnson has been married to Prince Odianosen Okojie si... »

10 Healthy Lifestyle Tips for Adults

10 Healthy Lifestyle Tips for Adults

1. Eat a variety of foods For good health, we need more than 40 different nutrients, and no single food can supply them all. It is not about a single meal, it is about a balanced food choice over time that will make a difference! A high-fat lunch could be followed by a low-fat dinner. After a large meat portion at dinner, perhaps fish should be the next day’s choice?   2. Base your diet on pl... »

How to control maleria in Africa

How to control maleria in Africa

Malaria is a life-threatening disease caused by parasites that are transmitted to people through the bites of infected female Anopheles mosquitoes. It is preventable and curable. In 2018, there were an estimated 228 million cases of malaria worldwide. The estimated number of malaria deaths stood at 405 000 in 2018. Children aged under 5 years are the most vulnerable group affected by malaria; in 2... »

Prevention of housefly

Prevention of housefly

You can help to prevent various fly infestations from occurring in your home or business through sanitation methods and effective pest control. When you think of a fly, the typical house fly comes to mind, but what you may not know is that there are several varieties of flies that can inhabit your home or business. Below are a few examples of common flies and their distinguishing features, as well... »

Possible reasons Buhari doesn’t wear face mask despite his old age, COVID-19 vulnerability —Experts

Possible reasons Buhari doesn’t wear face mask despite his old age, COVID-19 vulnerability —Experts

  The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd), has continued to appear in meetings without wearing face masks.   The most recent of such appearances was during the weekly Federal Executive Council meeting on Wednesday, where everyone except Mr. President wore face masks.   Again, on April 10, Buhari was the only person who did not wear a mask when officials of the President... »

5 Simple Rules for Amazing Health

5 Simple Rules for Amazing Health

1 Do Not Put Toxic Things Into Your Body Many things people put in their bodies are downright toxic. Some, such as cigarettes, alcohol and abusive drugs, are also highly addictive, making it hard for people to give them up or avoid them. If you have a problem with one of these substances, then diet and exercise are the least of your worries. While alcohol is fine in moderation for those who can to... »

Why African countries can’t process COVID-19 patients’ blood plasma –WHO

Why African countries can’t process COVID-19 patients’ blood plasma –WHO

  The World Health Organisation says, many African countries presently lack the required resources to safely collect and process plasma from recovered COVID-19 patients.   Dr. Matshidiso Moeti, WHO Regional Director for Africa, said this in her message to mark the 2020 World Blood Donor Day.   She noted that even though clinical trials are underway to evaluate the effectiveness of u... »

if You want her not to leave you do this to her

if You want her not to leave you do this to her

Femi Fani-Kayode and his spouse, Valuable Chikwendu Former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode has shared his secret to holding a woman. The daddy-of-nine, who’s at present married to Valuable Chikwendu, shared a photograph of his spouse as he defined find out how to maintain a woman. Femi Fani-Kayode shares his secret to holding a woman; says girls are like “race horses who should be tamed, skill... »

Effect of drugs abuse in the society

Effect of drugs abuse in the society

From a public health perspective, substance abuse has long been a source of major concern, both for the individual’s health and for wider society as a whole. The UK has the highest rates of recorded illegal drug misuse in the western world. In particular, it has comparatively high rates of heroin and crack cocaine use. Substances that are considered harmful are strictly regulated according to a cl... »

Importants of fruits

Importants of fruits

A fruit is the mature ovary of a plant or the succulent edible part of woody plants, while vegetables are the edible portions of a plant that can be eaten such as the leaves, stem, tubers, roots and bulbs, the sweet and fleshy product of a tree or other plant that contains seed and can be eaten as food Nutritionally, fruits and vegetables are energy-dense foods containing vitamins, minerals, fibre... »

Cool places to stay with your dog in Britain this summer

Cool places to stay with your dog in Britain this summer

British people love their dogs. In fact 25% percent of households in the United Kingdom include a dog, a figure that is likely to be even higher this year thanks to a surge in pet-owning popularity during the COVID-19 lockdown. And with a large number of travellers planning to book domestic trips in 2020, the timing couldn’t be better for the publishers of Cool Camping books, which releases ... »

6 Tips on How To Maintain Good Health

6 Tips on How To Maintain Good Health

The key to maintaining good health is the combination of many factors like regular exercise, good diet, stress management, work-life balance, healthy relationships, high self-esteem and more. Everybody wants to be healthy, but very few make the effort Trend is changing with awareness towards a fit and healthy lifestyle Maintaining good health is the combination of many factors Everybody wants to b... »

Here’s what you need to know about safe travel in France

Here’s what you need to know about safe travel in France

With its world-class art and architecture, seductive cafe life, village-square markets and unwaveringly romantic capital, France has enticed travellers since time immemorial. As the country reopens its borders, summer holidays in la belle France are back on – but with some notable differences. The reopening of French borders on 15 June to travelers arriving from the EU, UK and Schengen zones hails... »

Cool places to stay with your dog in Britain this summer

Cool places to stay with your dog in Britain this summer

British people love their dogs. In fact 25% percent of households in the United Kingdom include a dog, a figure that is likely to be even higher this year thanks to a surge in pet-owning popularity during the COVID-19 lockdown. And with a large number of travellers planning to book domestic trips in 2020, the timing couldn’t be better for the publishers of Cool Camping books, which releases ... »

9 of the most remote glamping spots in the world

9 of the most remote glamping spots in the world

When travel begin again, many of us will be dreaming of replacing our busy city breaks with longer holidays in beautiful, remote places, full of fresh air and easy social distancing. The good news for fussier travellers is that camping in the world’s wildest places doesn’t mean you need to give up the hope of a relaxing holiday. There are terrific glamping sites across every continent ... »

Nova Scotia’s Atlantic coastline is a lobster lover’s paradise

Nova Scotia’s Atlantic coastline is a lobster lover’s paradise

Now an indulgent food typically enjoyed on special occasions, lobster has a curious history in Nova Scotia, Canada, where the crustacean is now fished, and relished, year-round. In the 1800s – when the bottom-feeder was called the “cockroach of the sea” – most people turned up their noses to lobster, relegating it to prisoners and servants. Those people ate the seafood so often – several days a we... »

What You Can Do to Maintain Your Health

What You Can Do to Maintain Your Health

A lot of factors play a role in staying healthy. In turn, good health can decrease your risk of developing certain conditions. These include heart disease, stroke, some cancers, and injuries. Learn what you can do to maintain your and your family’s health. Path to improved health Eat healthy. What you eat is closely linked to your health. Balanced nutrition has many benefits. By making healthier f... »

5 of the best places to camp near major US cities

5 of the best places to camp near major US cities

After a spring of uncertainty and serious stay-at-home efforts, everyone is wondering what travel will look for the foreseeable future. Experts are predicting an emphasis on domestic trips, especially in the US, when more than a few foreign destinations aren’t reopening to Americans just yet. Already, travelers mindful of social distancing have sent RV rentals soaring, and many would-be wand... »

Tips for Maintaining Good Health

Tips for Maintaining Good Health

Everyone knows that eating a balanced diet, exercising and getting plenty of rest are key to maintaining good health. However, that can seem to be an impossible task while in college. Frequently, the appeal of sweets, fast food, caffeine and alcohol outweigh healthy options when you’re in the company of friends or under stress from coursework. Here are some tips for staying healthy in spite of you... »

Why Alaska’s stunning coast is best seen by ferry

Why Alaska’s stunning coast is best seen by ferry

Less a cruise, more a coastal adventure – this scenic route through Alaska’s islands is easily explored using the state-run ferry system. Hop among remote communities to encounter rural hospitality, landscapes teeming with wildlife and glaciers galore. My knees are pinned to my chest in the back seat of a tiny Cessna 185 Skywagon. I’m 2000ft in the air, staring through the portside window at a wal... »

Ask Lonely Planet: ‘Will flights cost a lot more after COVID-19?’

Ask Lonely Planet: ‘Will flights cost a lot more after COVID-19?’

The global pandemic has upended global travel, leaving people around the world with endless questions about what comes next. We asked wanderlust-filled readers what they want to know most and called in some expert opinions to answer How much can we expect the cost of plane tickets to increase by when we can fly again? According to Stella Penso, Senior Director of Pricing at price comparison websit... »

Sustainable travel: 6 ways to make a positive impact on your next trip

Sustainable travel: 6 ways to make a positive impact on your next trip

Sustainable travel begins long before we reach our destination. It’s about making smarter choices in every aspect of the trip; from booking transport and accommodation to seeking out local experiences and being conscious of where we’re investing our tourist dollars. That doesn’t mean you need to totally overhaul your vacation though. We’ve put together a list of practical t... »

India’s tribal artists produce face masks to fight coronavirus

India’s tribal artists produce face masks to fight coronavirus

The #culturemasks project was born from the idea of create a product under the current climate that is both necessary and culturally relevant”, says Leenika Jacob who spearheads Kala Chaupal that works in the space of arts, culture, rural economies and environmental sustainability in New Delhi. Produced by weavers, painters and tribal textile craftspeople showcasing the art of their region and mak... »

Glowing the skin

Glowing the skin

Skin is the largest organ in our body, and similar to all the other organs, maintaining your skin is also necessary for it to stay healthy and young. There are several steps to follow in a skincare routine, and skin toner is the step that comes right after face wash, and before you moisturize your skin. After using a soap to wash your face, a toner is used, particularly to maintain the PH balance ... »

Why good sleep is important

Why good sleep is important

A good night’s sleep is incredibly important for your health. In fact, it’s just as important as eating healthy and exercising. Unfortunately, there’s a lot that can interfere with natural sleep patterns. People are now sleeping less than they did in the past, and sleep quality has decreased as well. Sleep plays an important role in your physical health. For example, sleep is involved in healing a... »

More details about Nokia 8

More details about Nokia 8

Nokia 8 Key Specs & Features 5.3-inch IPS Display, 1440 x 2560 pixels (554ppi) Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 CPU with 3GB/4GB RAM Android 7.1.1 (Nougat) 64GB Storage, up to 256GB memory card Dual 13MP Rear Camera and 13MP Front Camera 4G LTE Data (up to 450 Mbps download) Fingerprint Sensor (Front) 3090 mAh Battery with Fast Charging Design and Display Nokia 8 flaunts a sleek, elegant desi... »

Health benefit of waterleaf

Health benefit of waterleaf

Waterleaf is an annual herbaceous plant of West Africa that is seen in most of the states in Nigeria mainly in the south. It is called Gbure in Yoruba;Mgbolodi in Igbo, in Edo, it is regarded as Ebe-dondon and generally referred to as waterleaf. Assuming that nature never offered us any sort of vegetations such as vegetables, plants, trees, how could we have survived? Could there have been other a... »

About Redmi note 7

About Redmi note 7

Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Key Specs and Features 6.3 inch IPS infinity-U Display, 1080 x 2340 pixels, 19.5:9 aspect ratio (~ 409 ppi) Android 9.0 (Pie); MIUI 10 Qualcomm SDM665 Snapdragon 665 (11 nm), Adreno 610 Octa-core Processor (2.0GHz quad-core Kryo 260 Gold & 1.8GHz quad-core Kryo 260 Silver) 4GB RAM or 6 GB RAM 64GB / 128GB Built-in Storage, up to 256GB memory card 48MP + 8MP + 2MP + 2MP Quad... »

Ogiri and how to make it

Ogiri and how to make it

Ogiri is a local ingredient used for flavouring local dishes, it is made from fermented oil seeds like sesame seeds or egusi seeds. Did You Know? Ogiri is notorious for it’s smell. It has a very distinctive smell that has been likened to cheese or stinky tofu Ogiri is very popular among the Igbo people as it is used in preparing local soups such as ofe onugbu, ofe akwu (banga soup), ofe oha , ofe ... »

Benefits of Ogbono

Benefits of Ogbono

Ogbono is botanically known as Irvingia gabonensis (Aubry-Lecomte ex O’Rorke) Baill and is highly demanded due to its immense benefits. Ogbono is a specie of African trees that belongs to the genus Irvingia. The high demand for ogbono is due to its high socioeconomic, nutritional and medicinal values. Different parts of the world have different names for Irvingia gabonensis for example, it is know... »

Xiaomi Redmi 10x specs and price

Xiaomi Redmi 10x specs and price

Design and Display The Xiaomi Redmi 10x 5G takes after the redmi series in terms of design. Most design elements were retained, giving enthusiasts a familiar feeling and appearance. Upfront we have a 6.57-inch OLED display with a drop notch, as opposed to the punch hole mechanism we saw on the redmi note 9  This display has a screen resolution of 1080 x 2400 and a screen density of 401 PPI. The re... »

Biography of Beyonce

Biography of Beyonce

Who Is Beyoncé Knowles? Beyoncé Knowles first captured the public’s eye as lead vocalist of the R&B group Destiny’s Child. She later established a solo career with her debut album Dangerously in Love, becoming one of music’s top-selling artists with sold-out tours and a slew of awards. Knowles has also starred in several films, including Dream Girls. She married hip-hop recor... »

Benefits of Cocoyam (Ede)

Benefits of Cocoyam (Ede)

Cocoyam is a root food that boast of many benefits for a healthy living. It has properties that prevent, fight and cure many diseases. Below the health expert warns against eating raw Cocoyam leaves and recommends how to cook Cocoyam to yield highest benefits to consumers CANCER PREVENTION Taro root plays an important part in the antioxidant activity in our bodies. High level of vitamin A, vitamin... »

Huawei Y8P & Y6P pre-orders open at Ksh 24,999 & Kshs 14,999

Huawei Y8P & Y6P pre-orders open at Ksh 24,999 & Kshs 14,999

Huawei Mobile Kenya has announced pre-orders for its recently launched smartphones, the Huawei Y8P and the Huawei Y6p. Huawei has also kicked off a one week campaign that will see several gifts up grabs during the pre-order phase. The Huawei Y8p is up for grabs at Kshs 24,999 and get FREE gift hampers worth Kshs 5099 and Huawei Y6p at Kshs 14,999 and get FREE gift hampers worth Kshs 3299. For thos... »

Kanye West’s net worth 2020

Kanye West’s net worth 2020

When last we checked in with Kanye West, the mercurial hip-hop superstar turned footwear magnate, I was tiptoeing through a parking lot crop circle composed of hundreds of pairs of his Yeezy sneakers. “I’m not a numbers guy,” he explained ten months ago. “To ask me to somehow translate this to numbers is to ask your grandmother exactly what the recipe of the cake was.” There’s only one number that... »

Infinix Hot 9 Pro Specs and Price in Nigeria

Infinix Hot 9 Pro Specs and Price in Nigeria

The Infinix Hot 9 Pro is unarguably one of the most powerful smartphone from Infinix’s Hot series. It breaks out from the norm we saw in the past few years. The Infinix Hot 9 Pro comes packed with a 4GB RAM / 64GB storage combo. It also offers a 48MP rear primary camera, which somehow comes as a bonus considering the price category it belongs. Infinix Hot 9 Pro X655F Key Specs and Features 6.6-inc... »

Health benefits of tobacco

Health benefits of tobacco

There is no written record in reference to tobacco prior to the 15th century. However, it is generally acknowledged that indigenous Americans used tobacco as a medicine and smoked tobacco. In 1492, Christopher Columbus (1451–1506) and his crew, when returning to Europe from the Americas, brought the first tobacco leaves and seeds into Europe. In 1560, Jean Nicot (1530–1600), French diplomat and im... »

iTel P36 Specs and Price in Nigeria

iTel P36 Specs and Price in Nigeria

iTel has just announced the successor of the iTel p33 in the form of the iTel P36 moniker. As you can see, they skipped both the iTel P34 and the iTel P35 and we can’t really tell the reason behind this. Itel P36 features a 6.5-inch display and dual rear camera. Even almighty Samsung skip the Galaxy S11 and jump to Galaxy S20 its not a new thing in the smartphone world. Well, another thing you nee... »

Spark 5 Mobile review: Five cameras, more angles

Spark 5 Mobile review: Five cameras, more angles

Africa’s Most Preferred Smartphone brand, TECNO, has just launched the Spark 5, which has the name suggests, is the fifth device under the brand’s Spark mobile line-up. In TECNO’s usual way, Spark 5 comes with a lot of impressive upgrades when compared to its predecessors under the flagship. Out of the box, the Spark 5 comes in two colour variations; the Holiday Blue, Star-Studded Orange colour va... »

What Is Psoriasis?

What Is Psoriasis?

Psoriasis is an autoimmune disorder that causes healthy skin cells to turn over at an abnormally fast rate, leading to cell buildup and flaking cells on the outermost layer of the skin that are seen as rashes or lesions. They can appear on virtually any part of the body. The most common type is plaque psoriasis, but there are several others that cause lesions that are different from the patches ... »

How to prevent non communicable disease

How to prevent non communicable disease

Communicable diseases are illnesses caused by viruses or bacteria that people spread to one another through contact with contaminated surfaces, bodily fluids, blood products, insect bites, or through the air.[1] There are many examples of communicable diseases, some of which require reporting to appropriate health departments or government agencies in the locality of the outbreak. Some examples of... »

Snake bites management and treatment

Snake bites management and treatment

First and foremost, seek immediate medical attention. This means call 911 or emergency services as soon as you can, because even if the bite isn’t that painful initially, you still need to treat it as if it’s potentially life-threatening. Properly identifying the snake can help with the treatment, though it’s very difficult to do so. Also be sure to take the following steps immediately: Remove any... »

8 ways to prevent breast cancer

8 ways to prevent breast cancer

Breast cancer. Just reading those words can make many women worry. And that’s natural. Nearly everyone knows someone touched by the disease. But there is a lot of good news about breast cancer these days. Treatments keep getting better, and we know more than ever about ways to prevent the disease. These eight simple steps can help lower the risk of breast cancer. Not every one applies to every wom... »

How to improve the immune system

How to improve the immune system

Written by SaVanna Shoemaker, MS, RDN, LD on April 1, 2020 — Medically reviewed by Kathy W. Warwick, R.D., CDE An important note No supplement, diet, or lifestyle modification — aside from physical distancing, also known as social distancing, and practicing proper hygiene ⁠— can protect you from developing COVID-19. The strategies outlined below may boost your immune health, but they don’t protect... »

What Is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)?

What Is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)?

Causes The underlying cause of PCOS is still unknown. Because it runs in families, there are likely genetic factors at work, as well as health and lifestyle ones. PCOS is characterized by elevated androgen levels (male hormones like testosterone) in women resulting in an imbalance of sex hormones. This hormone imbalance can affect ovulation by causing irregular, absent, or heavy menstrual periods.... »

What Is Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer?

What Is Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer?

Treatment options have expanded greatly in recent years, and include surgery, targeted therapies, immunotherapy, chemotherapy, and radiation. Everyone who has been diagnosed with non-small cell lung cancer should have molecular profiling done to see if their tumor carries genetic changes that can be treated. It’s important to note that even though an advanced non-small cell lung cancer is in... »

An Overview of Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

An Overview of Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

ough Easy bruising or bleeding Fever, night sweats, or unexplained weight loss Systemic symptoms that come from inflammation, or “B” symptoms, sometimes occur in NHL and include unexplained fever, drenching night sweats, and unintentional weight loss greater than 10 percent of normal body weight over six months. B symptoms are no longer routinely used in the staging system for NHL because such sym... »

Authoritarian, kleptocratic tendencies undermining evolution of democracy, says Naanen

Authoritarian, kleptocratic tendencies undermining evolution of democracy, says Naanen

  Former provisional president of the Movement for the Survival of Ogoni People (MOSOP), Professor Ben Naanen, told KELVIN EBIRI in Port Harcourt that Nigeria is still in transition to democracy. He stated that while all the infrastructure of democracy is in place, the operators of the system with authoritarian and kleptocratic tendencies are undermining evolution of democracy It’s 21 years a... »

Business continuity in times of disruption

Business continuity in times of disruption

Imagine there’s a lockdown for one year, what steps would you need to take to ensure your business runs successfully? The ideas you come up with, that’s what you must do.” Every challenge presents an opportunity to grow and evolve. COVID-19 has disrupted regular business operations in many industries from education to healthcare, hospitality, travel, and more; and lots of businesses are struggling... »

The Sun Exchange raises $3M for crypto-driven solar power in Africa

The Sun Exchange raises $3M for crypto-driven solar power in Africa

South Africa-based renewable energy startup Sun Exchange has raised $3 million to close its Series A funding round totaling $4 million. The company operates a peer-to-peer, crypto-enabled business that allows individuals anywhere in the world to invest in solar infrastructure in Africa. How’s that all work? “You as an individual are selling electricity to a school in South Africa, via a solar pane... »

What is the way forward for Nigeria, post-COVID-19? (IV): Think beyond Nigeria’s health crisis

What is the way forward for Nigeria, post-COVID-19? (IV): Think beyond Nigeria’s health crisis

A common saying, which is an English proverb is, ‘health is wealth’. We understand this ‘an individual and or collective health and wellbeing is the greatest wealth one has. It is not about money or your account balance. Good health matters. We consider the COVID-19 pandemic a global plague, which is currently afflicting the health of nation-states including the citizens. Nigeria is not exempted a... »

Attah advocates diversification, resource control for Nigeria’s rebirth

Attah advocates diversification, resource control for Nigeria’s rebirth

Former Governor of Akwa Ibom State, Obong Victor Attah, insists that 21 years of Nigeria’s unstable democracy can only be mitigated by economic diversification and resource control for the country’s process of rebirth to begin Nigeria’s stable democracy after 21 years seems to be facing a lot of challenges. Are we truly democratized? What institutions do we need to strengthen to make our democracy... »

Hazard was given a good scare’ – Zidane pleased with Real Madrid star’s return despite physical treatment

Hazard was given a good scare’ – Zidane pleased with Real Madrid star’s return despite physical treatment

The Belgian impressed in his team’s victory, much to the delight of his coach Article continues below   Zinedine Zidane was happy to see Eden Hazard impress as Real Madrid made a winning return in La Liga, saying the Belgium star was even glad to have endured some robust challenges.   Hazard started the match at the Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium on Sunday as Madrid won 3-1 against Eib... »

Obu-Okpella Mines: Court restrains Dangote, Police from interfering in BUA’s operations

Obu-Okpella Mines: Court restrains Dangote, Police from interfering in BUA’s operations

The Inspector General of Police, Edo State Commissioner of Police, at the behest of Dangote Industries and Dangote Cement Plc invaded and shut down the operations. We then approached the courts to enforce our fundamental rights to the property of the mines as well as our rights to continue operating from those mines. Whilst we were awaiting judgment, we continued to sustain our operations from our... »

I’m a skin-conscious person – Ehizogie Ogbebor

I’m a skin-conscious person – Ehizogie Ogbebor

Edo State-born beautiful Ehizogie Ogbebor is a lady of many parts who has carved a niche for herself in the business of interior decor and hospitality. The rich, the famous and the powerful crave for her products and services in the heart of Lekki, Lagos. At 35, she sits atop a multi million business empire known as Sayaveth Decor and Hotel. In this interview with Potpourri she talks about her new... »

BEGINNINGS  AND EARLY  CIVILIZATIONS  (10,000–1000 BCE)

BEGINNINGS AND EARLY CIVILIZATIONS (10,000–1000 BCE)

Before the fighting ended, the Allies had planned for a world peacekeeping organization called the United Nations (UN). The United States joined the UN when it was organized in October of 1945. The United States came away from World War II as the world’s most powerful and richest nation. Americans now took a serious view of their lives and their role in world affairs. No longer isolationist,... »

Do you know stubborn grass has a lot of health benefits that you can never imagine

Do you know stubborn grass has a lot of health benefits that you can never imagine

Isekotu in Yoruba language. * For bacteria in the body system,severe waist pain, ankle pain,lower abdominal pain during menses, hormonal imbalance,irregular menses,watery sperm and quick ejaculation. This dreaded disease refer as rheumatoid arthritis which normally develope sympthons like; deformation, joint pain, swollen ankle, and general inflammation of body. Infact do ctors and scientists have... »

GLOBAL  MARKETS AND FOREIGN TRADE

GLOBAL MARKETS AND FOREIGN TRADE

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Some diseases that cassava can treat

Some diseases that cassava can treat

Thanks to its high content of carbohydrate in the form of starch, cassava satisfies, but also brings a lot of energy. Besides, its fat intake is also very low. This is why this vegetable is an ideal food for people who have to make significant physical efforts: those who work in the fields, in construction, in factories, among others. But keep in mind that too much cassava consumption can lead to ... »

Tips to whitening your teeth

Tips to whitening your teeth

2. Brush with baking soda and hydrogen peroxide paste: Baking soda has teeth whitening properties, that’s why it’s prevalent in toothpaste commercials. It helps in rubbing off stains from the tooth surface due to its mildly abrasive nature. Hydrogen peroxide, on the other hand, is a natural bleaching agent. It also helps in killing bacteria. People have been using hydrogen peroxide to kill bacteri... »

Benefits of African oil bean seed(Ukpaka)

Benefits of African oil bean seed(Ukpaka)

The African oil bean tree grows approximately 6 meters in girth and 21 meters height. The tree is low-branched with low wide buttresses and an open crown that allows light to penetrate under its canopy. Its bark has a reddish-brown to grey colour with irregular patches that usually flakes off while the leaves are characterised by a big angular stalk that measures about 20-45 centimetres long. The ... »

14 crazy facts about earth

14 crazy facts about earth

Stories about giant waves have been circulating among sailors for centuries, but skeptical scientists thought they were about as common as mermaids. Then, in 1995, an oil platform in the North Sea was hit by a big one during a huge storm, and it had the equipment on hand to determine that the wave had been a massive 84 feet tall. A few years later, a 95-foot wave was measured by a research vessel ... »

School na scam: some students will later end up in years

School na scam: some students will later end up in years

School na scam” is one of the trendy expressions among the Nigerian youths and it has grown to be a negative mentality affecting many youths adversely. About the meaning, “School na scam” is a popular expression in Nigerian pidgin which implies that; since formal education does not guarantee success in life, we were deceived from childhood to believe otherwise. Many youths with this mentality tend... »

Twelve signs to know when someone is envious of you

Twelve signs to know when someone is envious of you

These people might act like they are your friends, but the sad truth is that they find comfort and even pleasure in your pain. There is an excellent level of jealousy in these people to bring you down is impossible means. Some of the causes of the given situation are inferiority complex and heightened covetous desire. To be frank on the issues of jealousy, everyone has an atom of it. There is a fe... »

20 interesting ways to respect yourself

20 interesting ways to respect yourself

It’s quite funny that everyone wants to be highly respected by others, but only few are ready to respect themselves. Mind you, you can never earn any respect unless you respect your self first. So if really you want others to respect you, start respecting your self now. You can check out these guides below 👇 1.Stop Looking For Who That Is Not Looking For Youou. I always say that the worst th... »

How to make anyone like you

How to make anyone like you

Who doesn’t want people to like them? Now that’s not the question. The question is, how can we make them like you? The way you can make this happen is by only making them feel good about themselves just by applying the simple tips in your life. Yes, “not you,” “but themselves.” Being Dynamic and Keen The first step is to make the person feel comfortable with whom we are talking to. This could be o... »

Connecting clues, doctors treat COVID-linked illness in children

Connecting clues, doctors treat COVID-linked illness in children

Otherwise healthy young patients are falling seriously ill with largely unknown PMIS, which seems to follow COVID19. He lives in the Bronx, and uses public transport to visit parks in Brooklyn and Manhattan. He draws people on the subway, and gets lost in the details, like their shoes. New Yorkers who ride the subway wear so many different shoes, they hold their feet in so many different positions... »

Bumpy ride ahead for oil as China’s aviation sees patchy recovery

Bumpy ride ahead for oil as China’s aviation sees patchy recovery

With international borders still mostly closed, Chinese airlines face a long, slow recovery despite a domestic rebound. China’s aviation sector is a bellwether for other countries’ markets, say analysts. While its domestic flight capacity on main routes has already bounced back to within 7 percent of year-earlier levels, international capacity is still down by 95 percent, according to ... »

Toggle navigation      No ‘crystal ball’ for China’s robot startups amid virus fallout

Toggle navigation  No ‘crystal ball’ for China’s robot startups amid virus fallout

Chinese startups that make robots for hospitals or warehouses expected to fare better in current climate, say analysts. Effects from the coronavirus pandemic have hit demand for industrial robots and the Stieler Enterprise consultancy expects second-quarter sales to decline by 15 percent [File: Jason Lee/Reuters] With glowing blue eyes and trusting feline features, a new robot cat by Chinese start... »

The coronavirus is changing the way Londoners get to work

The coronavirus is changing the way Londoners get to work

With public transport capacity cut, bicycle sales have soared as London struggles to retain top financial centre crown. London authorities are adding new routes for cyclists and pedestrians, bicycle sales are soaring and boat operators are considering increasing their services on the River Thames [File: John Sibley/Reuters] The crowded daily commute in London has long been a source of misery for m... »

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