Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Thursday 23rd June 2022

Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today Thursday 23rd June 2022

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‘Evidence still lacking that vitamins prevent CVD, cancer’

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‘Evidence still lacking that vitamins prevent CVD, cancer’

THERE is not enough evidence to recommend for or against taking most vitamin and mineral supplements to prevent heart disease, stroke, and cancer, a new report by the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) concludes. However, there are two vitamins — vitamin E and beta-carotene — that the task force recommends against for the
‘Evidence still lacking that vitamins prevent CVD, cancer’
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Almond: Easy means to boost libido in diabetic men

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Almond: Easy means to boost libido in diabetic men

H AVING erectile dysfunction, also called impotence, can be a real challenge. Experts have described how some nuts such as almonds, walnuts and hazelnuts improved sperm quality. Now, they have established the positive effects of the consumption of almonds on sexual function in men with diabetes. The researchers, who had examined the effect of almond-included
Almond: Easy means to boost libido in diabetic men
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Sexual dysfunction is 2.5-fold higher in Kano men with sickle cell disease — Study

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Sexual dysfunction is 2.5-fold higher in Kano men with sickle cell disease — Study

EXPERTS say that Kano male residents with sickle cell disease (SCD) who have sexual dysfunction were more than twofold higher than those without the disease who have erectile dysfunction. They also experience a higher prevalence of priapism, a painful, persistent, and purposeless erection, when compared with those without sickle cell disease. In a comparative cross-sectional
Sexual dysfunction is 2.5-fold higher in Kano men with sickle cell disease — Study
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Over 20 missing Chibok girls still in Sambisa forest —Rescued girls

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Over 20 missing Chibok girls still in Sambisa forest —Rescued girls

MARY Dauda and Hauwa Joseph, the two rescued girls abducted from the GGSS Chibok in Borno in 2014, have revealed that more than 20 missing others are still in Gazuwa camp in Sambisa Forest, eight years after being kidnapped by Boko Haram insurgents.  NAN reports that Gazuwa camp is the acclaimed headquarters of the Jam’at
Over 20 missing Chibok girls still in Sambisa forest —Rescued girls
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Peter Obi visits Wike in Rivers

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Peter Obi visits Wike in Rivers

The presidential candidate of the Labour Party and one of the frontline contestants in the 2023 presidential election, Peter Obi on Wednesday visited the Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, in Portharcourt, Rivers State. Their meeting is coming three days after Peter Obi’s return from his trip to Egypt where he had gone to study the
Peter Obi visits Wike in Rivers
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Blindness from diseased cornea is reversible but Nigerians need to embrace cornea donation — Ophthalmologist

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Blindness from diseased cornea is reversible but Nigerians need to embrace cornea donation — Ophthalmologist

MEDICAL Director, Eye Bank for Restoring Sights, Nigeria (EBRSN), Dr. Mosunmade Faderin says cornea blindness, the fourth most commonest cause of blindness due to diseases of the cornea, can be reversed through cornea grafting and Nigerians should embrace cornea donation and transplant. Dr. Faderin, who spoke at an EBRSN’s webinar with the theme “Navigating Through
Blindness from diseased cornea is reversible but Nigerians need to embrace cornea donation — Ophthalmologist
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NUT rejects Kaduna govt’s sack of 2,357 teachers

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NUT rejects Kaduna govt’s sack of 2,357 teachers

THE Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) has threatened to embark on a nationwide strike if the Kaduna State government fails to reverse the decision to sack 2,357 teachers, including its national president, Audu Amba.  The union, according to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) made its position known on Wednesday during its National Executive Council
NUT rejects Kaduna govt’s sack of 2,357 teachers
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African, including Nigeria, now global stroke capital — Expert

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African, including Nigeria, now global stroke capital — Expert

A medical expert, Dr. Rufus Akinyemi says that Africa is now the world’s stroke capital based on the huge burden of the disease in the continent, just as he called for strategies to tackle the problem from the womb to the tomb. Akinyemi, who spoke at the opening of a 2-day African Stroke Leaders’ Summit
African, including Nigeria, now global stroke capital — Expert
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Defections: Panic in APC, Adamu pacifies lawmakers

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Defections: Panic in APC, Adamu pacifies lawmakers

Following the gale of defections from the All Progressives Congress (APC) to opposition parties, the National Chairman of the ruling party, Senator Abdullahi Adamu on Wednesday visited the National Assembly to hold an emergency meeting with members of APC lawmakers to pacify them to continue having faith in the party. Adamu was at the National
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When will captives of train attack regain freedom?

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When will captives of train attack regain freedom?

In recent years, there has been unprecedented upsurge in the level of insecurity in Nigeria and this has reached an alarming rate which obviously needs a whole-of-society approach in order to stem the rising tides. Nigeria experienced a novel form of terror attack in October 2021 when bandit-terrorists used explosive devices and bombed the Abuja-Kaduna
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