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Britain but common in south Asia where she had recently visited. Darent Valley hospital in Dartford, Kent, confirmed the woman had visited its A&E department and that five staff were being vaccinated as a precaution...If a patient does present at
Lagosians suffer over sacking of doctors in Lagos By EMMANUEL UDOM The tension generated by the recent sack of 788
You might've seen the ads and billboards for ABC's new dramedy (premieres Sun., Mar. 4, 10 p.m. EST), but we bet if you asked the general public, they'd be hard-pressed to tell you what the show is about. Originally titled "Good Christian Bitches" --
"Today, I stand as a dead man. I declare that in Jesus Christ, I am saved by His blood. Thus I am dead to sin and no longer dead in my sin. I stand and declare that I surrender my will and my life, to His will and His life. I shall go where He
Why are today’s teenagers going astray, why are they becoming so violent? The other day a Missouri girl was sentenced to life for
Without a word he broke a heart that dayinstead of dreams her days were filled with tearsFor her each painful heartbeat lasted yearsWithout one word he let it slip away Well passed this hurdle off to new
All that hunching over to look at your mobile phone or table computer screen can take a heavy toll on the joints and bones in your neck, claim doctors who have seen a massive increase in the number of patients coming to them with "text neck" symptoms.
Gannett Anyone who has gone to work while suffering from the flu or a headache knows how miserable it is trying to get anything done...But what happens when you feel lousy nearly every day or you're in pain most of the time?...That's a dilemma those
We knew the problems associated with using inches frantic mobile phones. Bloggers and various media have echoed in recent days of a new epidemic that affects only the techies: the "text neck" neck pain caused by the use of mobile devices.
Urgent: Report news issued by the Algerian Presidency it talks about urgent transferring for the Algerian President Abdul-Aziz Bouteflika to Switzerland to receive treatment after being seriously ill. . It is