Being active may reduce risk of chronic low back pain

Regularly engaging in physical activity, from walking to intense exercise, may help to reduce the risk of chronic low back pain by as much as 16 percent, according to a new review of previous studies. In the past, it hasn’t been clear whether physical activity staves off low back pain, …

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Set Biafra free now- Obasanjo pledges support for Biafra

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has called on the Federal Government to negotiate with those agitating for the creation of a Biafran republic out of the current set-up in Nigeria.     Obasanjo said this at an event, tagged ‘Memory and Nation Building: Biafra 50 years later’, which held in Abuja …

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Nigerian Customs Service Recruitment Application Form 2017/2018

At its coming into being in 1891, Nigeria Customs Service was saddled with the responsibilities of revenue collection, accounting for same and anti smuggling activities. Today trade facilitation has become a fundamental role, progressively seen by government as an important element of economic policy, with Customs having a unique position within the …

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Apply Now – The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC)

INEC Recruitment – The Electoral Institute (TEl) an organ of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), which is responsible for training for elections and electoral research, hereby invites Applications from suitably qualified candidates for the positions below:   READ ALSO: Apply for Dangote Graduate Recruitment 2017 Specialization Research Jobs in Nigeria , Public Sector/Government , Administration …

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California to list herbicide as cancer-causing; Monsanto vows fight

Glyphosate, an herbicide and the active ingredient in Monsanto Co’s popular Roundup weed killer, will be added to California’s list of chemicals known to cause cancer effective July 7, the state’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) said on Monday. Monsanto vowed to continue its legal fight against the …

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Fewer U.S. cancer survivors breathing secondhand smoke

Cancer survivors are less than half as likely to be exposed to secondhand smoke as they were a generation ago, a U.S. study suggests. Even when they don’t smoke themselves, cancer patients who regularly breathe indoor air contaminated by tobacco smoke can have higher death rates and an increased risk …

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