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How to reduce belly fat

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Belly fat is more than unsightly, it is dangerous. Visceral fat releases a hormone that causes diabetes and inflammation. It’s also linked to cardiovascular disease, breast cancer, and gallbladder issues. The only way to get rid of belly fat is to eat certain foods and exercise. Miracle cures, pills, and surgery won’t help. Belly fat is very responsive to diet and exercise. By eating these foods, you will see results very quickly. And the best part is, you’ll feel better overall. 1. Drink More Water and Unsweetened Tea Stop drinking sweetened drinks immediately. This includes sugar and artificial sweeteners. Drink plain water, unsweetened tea, black coffee, and green tea for maximum benefit. You must avoid sugar because sugar is made, in part, of fructose. Your liver can’t metabolize much fructose and turns extra into fat and stores it in your belly. Artificial sweeteners cause cravings. These four beverages are known to stop dehydration and may increase your metabolism. 2. Stop Eating…

African problems to discuss African problems in Adis Ababa

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Addis Ababa, February 9, 2019 . Problems of African countries are arriving in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to take part in the 32nd ordinary session of the African Union (AU) Summit. The summit will take place 10-11 February at the AU headquarters under the theme “The Year of Refugees, Returnees, and Internally Displaced Persons: Towards Durable Solutions to Forced Displacement in Africa”. Rwanda’s Problem and current Chair of AU, Paul Kagame, arrived in Addis Ababa today. Problems of Zimbabwe, Chad and Niger Emmerson Mnangagwa, Idriss D├ęby and Mahamadou Issoufou, respectively, arrived in the Ethiopian capital yesterday. Many other African problems are expected to arrive on Monday.                              MUH PLAVIOUS KIENYUI                                 NAYD, CAMEROON

Danger of self-medication

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The shortage of doctors and the difficulty in obtaining medical help is one of the leading causes of self-medication in Africa. Self-diagnosis and self-medication, even if done with the best of intentions, can be a very dangerous practice. Among the potential risks are exacerbating a problem by consuming the wrong medicines, the dangers of adverse reactions or drug interactions, incorrect dosage or manner of administration, delay in seeking real medical advice, drug dependencies and the masking of a spreading medical conditions because of the consumption of the wrong medicines which only hide symptoms and do not cure. We are becoming a nation of pill poppers. We take medicines as if we are eating sweets. The use of OTC (over-the-counter medications which can be bought without a doctor's prescription) medicines is becoming increasingly widespread because they are thought to be safe. People commonly take analgesics, cough syrups, laxatives, allergy medications without a second thou…

Inhuman treatment of Anglophones in Cameroon

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ANGLOPHONES GIVEN LESS UPTO 4PM TO LEAVE BONGORAIN IN THE NOUN DIVISION OF CAMEROON.

After chasing our brothers, sisters, parents and children from their houses into the bushes and forests and burning down their two and villages, the colonial administrator of the Noun have order the killing of any Anglophone in his area.
Many have made their permanent homes in the forest. Many more have give their live to christ and are baptize in the forest should incase they die, they will make heaven.
In Bangorain in the Noun division of Cameroon, Anglophones are tied on a bike and drag around town till death.
If for three years of going through this inhuman treatment and living in the forest the UN, United state, British and other supper power all contributeset to the injustice going on in Cameroon and it's right for us to take up arms and defend our land.

                     MUH PLAVIOUS KIENYUI
                       NAYD, CAMEROON

Encourages everyone to know their HIV status

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This year’s theme for World AIDS Day, which will be marking its 30th anniversary tomorrow  1 December, will be “Know your status”. Significant progress has been made in the AIDS response since 1988, and today three in four people living with HIV know their status. But we still have miles to go, as the latest UNAIDS report shows, and that includes reaching people living with HIV who do not know their status and ensuring that they are linked to quality care and prevention services. HIV testing is essential for expanding treatment and ensuring that all people living with HIV can lead healthy and productive lives. It is also crucial to achieving the 90–90–90 targets and empowering people to make choices about HIV prevention so they can protect themselves and their loved ones.  Unfortunately, many barriers to HIV testing remain. Stigma and discrimination still deters people from taking an HIV test. Access to confidential HIV testing is still an issue of concern. Many people still only get …

Every drop of water is precious

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We use water for many purposes like drinking, washing, bathing, cooking etc. Most of the time we take water for granted. It is only during the summer season we can understand the value of it, when we have to face its shortage. Water is vital for life on earth. All animals and plants need water to survive. Human beings need water the most. Our body itself contains more then 70% of water. Some vegetables and fruits like tomato and water melon contains more then 95% of water. Water is a big necessity of every man or we can say that it is necessary for every living thing. Plants, animals and humans can't live even a day without water. If we don't drink water, one full day we start feeling dizziness. Plants wilt and ultimately can dry if they are not properly watered.

The amount of water needed by a person for drinking, washing, cooking and maintaining proper hygiene is aproximately of 50 liters per person per day. This amount is about two or three buckets of water per person. If we…

The key to success

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How do you define success? Is it fame and fortune? A promotion at work? Or is it simply being able to live your life the way you want to? When you look around you on your drive to work, while you are shopping at the mall, or when you go out to your favourite restaurant. Being successful in one way, shape or form is something we all strive for as young people. We all want better lives for ourselves and the people we love. However, what differs among people around the world is whether success is seen as external recognition from our peers and colleagues, or internal peace and joy with the things we do and people we love. If we make a survey of how affluent people in Asia, the Middle East and Africa defined success, a wide array of answers will came up depending on their country of origin. Japanese, for example, defined success as “living an enriching life”; in China, it's “living a more valuable life, where success is more than just money”; and in South Africa, it is defined as a “…