The @FutureAssured of Aisha Buhari Conducts Health Screening in Gombe

GOMBE: Wife of the President, Mrs. Aisha Muhammadu Buhari has stated that the best way to improve health outcomes is to engage women and charge them to take responsibility for their health. Aisha Buhari was speaking during the routine health screening exercise at Gombe town in Gombe state on Thursday 16th November 2017. The event... Continue Reading →

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Teenager Arrested for Raping Chicken to Death

Pakistan: A TEENAGER has been arrested by cops after a neighbour accused him of raping his pet chicken to death. Mansab Ali said the 14-year-old boy stole the hen from his shop, in Jalalpur Bhattian, Pakistan, before carrying out the bizarre sex attack.The local lad allegedly confessed to cops he did it because he was... Continue Reading →

The Fuel Costs of Driving above Speed Limit

MOTORISTS could fork out more than £3,000 in fuel costs if they regularly drive above the speed limit, a study has found. Brits that travel at an average of 80mph on motorways would pay out thousands more in fuel across their lifetime compared to road users sticking within the limit.Research by ClickMechanic looked at how... Continue Reading →

Russian Anti-Doping Agency has been Suspended Since 2015 over State-Sponsored Doping Accusation

SEOUL: The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) said on Thursday that Russia remains “non-compliant” with its Code, dealing a major blow to the country’s hopes of being cleared to compete at February’s Winter Olympics.Russia’s anti-doping agency (RUSADA) has been suspended since a WADA report in 2015 found evidence of state-sponsored doping and accused it of systematically... Continue Reading →

Signs That Shows You are Stressed Out

There are seven physical symptoms that can help identify when a person is stressed, according to a nutritionist and mindfulness expert. Charlotte Watts, author of The De-Stress Effect, believes that nutrition plays a crucial role in how the body responds to stress. Speaking to Healthista, Watts explained that stress symptoms can often be linked to... Continue Reading →

Time Scarcity a Perennial Problem

The predictions sounded like promises: in the future, working hours would be short and vacations long. “Our grandchildren”, reckoned John Maynard Keynes in 1930, would work around “three hours a day”—and probably only by choice. Economic progress and technological advances had already shrunk working hours considerably by his day, and there was no reason to... Continue Reading →

Sociologists Claim that Political Inclinations are informed by a Persons home and Social Group

SAGES from philosophers to pollsters have long struggled to explainwhat makes voters lean left or right. As political animals, people are unpredictable. Why do conservative poor people vote against their economic interests? Why do privileged young intellectuals stump for the welfare state? Some political scientists like to believe political preferences are rooted in “rational choices”. Sociologists claim that political... Continue Reading →

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