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AfDB President, Dr. Akinwunmi Adesina, said the institution remains grateful to the Federal Government for providing land the building and the continuous show of solidarity to the bank. You can tell by the level of our investments in Nigeria to the tune of $6 billion. He announced that the Bank would organise the Africa Investment Forum on November 7-8, 2018 in Johannesburg, South Africa, to mobilise funds for infrastructure development, to bridge an estimated funding gap of $130-$170 ...
  • Ibuprofen Could Make Healthy Men In Just Two Weeks

    Ibuprofen Could Make Healthy Men In Just Two Weeks

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    Unfortunately, a new study says that ibuprofen can actually reduce fertility rates in men. The Danish research team warned: "Ibuprofen appears to be the preferred pharmaceutical analgesic for long-term chronic pain and arthritis". Some took 1,200 milligrams of ibuprofen daily, which is the maximum limit as directed, over a six-week period. Fortunately, the condition went away in the volunteers when they stopped taking the medication.
  • Woman dies after eating raw oysters

    Woman dies after eating raw oysters

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    Lopez says it's important to know that cases like Leblanc's are rare. Jeanette LeBlanc went crabbing with friends and family on the Louisiana coast back in September, picking up a sack of raw oysters in a market in Westwego . Told Bowers, 'I can't even imagine going through that for 21 days, much less a day . " The words flesh-eating might make you think that if you touch it, it will degrade your skin on contact, and that's not true ", she said.
  • Trump aide Stephen Miller rips Wolff book as 'grotesque work of fiction'

    Trump aide Stephen Miller rips Wolff book as 'grotesque work of fiction'

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    The very public apology was just the latest fallout from the release of " Fire and Fury ", in which Wolff claims, after having had access to the West Wing during the first months of the Trump administration, that numerous president's top aides and confidants consider him paranoid, inept and even unfit to hold office.
  • Health officials report first child flu death in state

    Health officials report first child flu death in state

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    A release from the department sums up the symptoms to watch for as "fever, cough , sore throat, runny/stuffy nose, headache, muscle aches, and extreme fatigue". Adults with these emergency warning signs also need to see a doctor without delay: Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath; pain or pressure in the chest or abdomen; sudden dizziness; confusion; severe or persistent vomiting.
  • Redditor investigates whether Florida State is actually bowl eligible

    Redditor investigates whether Florida State is actually bowl eligible

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    However, few teams in college basketball have a more hard upcoming set of games, as the Seminoles will face the No. 4 Duke Blue Devils on the road, followed by the No. FSU wide receiver Nyqwan Murray discusses Willie Taggart's hiring and how the Seminoles are preparing the Independence Bowl against Southern Miss on December 27, while speaking to media on Tuesday.
  • Time to get a flu shot

    Time to get a flu shot

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    Wallace said. Most deaths, the WHO says, happen with people over the age of 75 and in the world's poorest regions. The report said it's unclear how that will affect the Northern Hemisphere's flu season - which typically starts in October and can run as late as May - but this season's vaccine has the same composition as the one being used in the Southern Hemisphere.
  • Sees first flu death of the season

    Sees first flu death of the season

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    Fauci and the co-authors of the perspective believe this flu season could be one of the rougher ones. The most advanced universal flu vaccine candidate is only in the earliest stages of human clinical trials, and others are still being tested in animals.
  • Phoenix Thanksgiving Day Heat Ties Record

    Phoenix Thanksgiving Day Heat Ties Record

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    The weather service said the record high for the day in Fresno is 77 set in 1980. In Burbank (88 degrees), Camarillo (92 degrees) and Oxnard (91 degrees), records that had been set in 1950 were all shattered. The high temperature will continue on Thursday, as families gather to celebrate Thanksgiving with temperatures in the 90's when they are usually in the 70's.
  • New blood pressure range means half of Americans have hypertension

    New blood pressure range means half of Americans have hypertension

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    Previously, one in three (32 per cent) had the condition, which is the second leading cause of preventable heart disease and stroke, after cigarette smoking. The blood pressure categories have changed under the new guidelines. But only a small percentage of those patients will be prescribed anti-hypertensive medication, the association said.
  • Guru Nanak 2017 Wishes, Images, Pics - WhatsApp DP Pics

    Guru Nanak 2017 Wishes, Images, Pics - WhatsApp DP Pics

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    Kamal Jeet Kaur, who is settled in England, said: "We have felt so much love here". Bahdaur Singh Dhillon, from United Kingdom, appreciate the arrangements on the event. It was reported by the media sources that the sangat will visit Gurdwara Panja Sahib (Hassan Abdal), Gurdwara Dehra Sahib (Lahore), Gurdwara Rori Sahib (Eminabad) and Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib (Narowal), before returning on November 11.
  • Attorney General Hunter Urges Oklahomans to Observe National Takeback Day

    Attorney General Hunter Urges Oklahomans to Observe National Takeback Day

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    The drug take-back initiative addresses the public safety and health issues concerning medications languishing in home medicine cabinets, which become highly susceptible to diversion, misuse and abuse. During its 13th National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day in April 2017, the DEA and more than 4,200 of its national, tribal, and community law enforcement partners collected 900,000 pounds (450 tons) of unwanted prescription drugs at nearly 5,500 collection sites.
  • 6 killed in suspected cylinder blast in Bengaluru

    6 killed in suspected cylinder blast in Bengaluru

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    Bengaluru development minister KJ George also announced that a compensation of Rs 5 lakh will be given to the kin of the deceased, as per an ANI tweet. Two of the deceased have been identified as Kalavathi (68) and Ravichandran (30). An official from the Karnataka State Fire and Emergency Services said at least four more were suspected to be trapped under the debris.
  • Radhe Maa sits on SHOs chair, dances with policemen

    Radhe Maa sits on SHOs chair, dances with policemen

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    In a photo tweeted by ANI , Radhe Maa can be seen sitting on the Station House Officer Sanjay Sharma's chair, while the officer can be seen standing beside with folded hands. Deputy Commissioner of Police Nupur Prasad told IANS that an inquiry had been ordered into the "unprofessional conduct" of Station House Officer Sanjay Sharma of Vivek Vihar police station.
  • Firefighters aim to raise awareness

    Firefighters aim to raise awareness

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    Roughly 70 percent of women diagnosed with breast cancer have no identifiable risk factors for the disease. "This will ensure early detection of breast cancer among women so as to save lives", she said through her personal assistant, Witness Dube in a message to mark the annual October Breast Cancer Awareness campaign.
  • Saudi king lets women drive

    Saudi king lets women drive

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    A State Department spokesperson called it a "great step in the right direction". "This is a truly historic day", she told The Australian newspaper. Even as the Saudi feminist diaspora enjoyed the victory, it also set the next goal. Men and women also danced in the streets to drums and thumping electronic music, in scenes that were a stunning anomaly in a country known for its tight gender segregation and austere vision of Islam.
  • Canada expected to lead G7 in economic growth, says OECD

    Canada expected to lead G7 in economic growth, says OECD

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    Its global growth forecast for this year was left at 3.5 percent for this year, but next year's was revised up by 0.1 percentage point to 3.7 percent. In the United Kingdom, the previously identified growth slowdown is expected to continue through 2018, while uncertainty remains over the outcome of negotiations around the decision to leave the European Union.
  • Hurricane Maria weakens further as it batters Puerto Rico

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    The center said it was expected to remain an "extremely dangerous" category 4 or 5 hurricane when it passes near or over the Virgin Islands overnight, and Puerto Rico on Wednesday . Judi Buckley, former senator for St Croix Island , traveled to St John from her SC home to help with the Irma relief effort - only to get caught up in Maria .
  • Parliamentarians demand withdrawal of presidential medal given to Suu Kyi

    Parliamentarians demand withdrawal of presidential medal given to Suu Kyi

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    Prime Minister Modi also announced gratis visas for people of Myanmar and promised to release the 40 Myanmarese citizens, lodged in Indian jails. The Myanmar's president Htin Kyaw and Suu Kyi had visited India previous year. Speaking on private broadcaster ATV, Çavuşoğlu confirmed that the first lady will have "close contact" with Rohingya Muslims who had escaped from Myanmar.
  • Insipred by Hope, Windies level series with stunning win

    Insipred by Hope, Windies level series with stunning win

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    Blackwood also got a life when Stokes dropped him in the deep but with just six runs needed off nearly as many overs at the time and while Blackwood fell with victory in sight, England's fate was already sealed. In a match where dropped catches had cost Windies 238 runs, there was further drama when the normally reliable Alastair Cook at first slip floored Brathwaite, yet to add to his overnight four, off Stuart Broad.
  • More Voters Trust Media Over Trump

    More Voters Trust Media Over Trump

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    Trump, on Tuesday during his campaign-style rally in Phoenix, slammed the "fake news" media and defended his comments on the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia on August 12. "It's hard to say how mind-bogglingly rare it is to see a number like 3% in a poll question like this", CNN's Ryan Struyk observed. Just under 60% of respondents said President Trump's decisions and behaviour have encouraged white supremacist groups.
  • Netanyahu says meeting with Kushner 'helpful, meaningful'

    Netanyahu says meeting with Kushner 'helpful, meaningful'

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    Her comments came as Palestinians have increasingly complained over the White House's refusal to endorse the two-state solution, breaking with longstanding USA policy and an global consensus. president himself visited Israel and the Palestinian territories in May. He also accompanied Trump to Jerusalem during the president's first trip in May.
  • Vitamin B Increases Risk Of Lung Cancer, Especially Among Men

    Vitamin B Increases Risk Of Lung Cancer, Especially Among Men

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    Taking B6 at this dose increased the lung cancer risk by three times and taking B12 at this dose increased it by four times. It's also possible that this action from the B vitamins simply hastens the development of an underlying lung tumor already caused by smoking, Brasky says.