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Is the wi-fi we use in our homes and everywhere we go actually safe for our health? Everyone seems addicted to the internet, and it has been made more and more available to us.
Even though it was safe to say that companies who manufacture the devices that transmit and receive the wifi signals are safe to use, the health professionals are not so sure about this fact. Let us take a glimpse in details how the wifi impacts our overall health.
There are some consequences of being around the wi-fi all of the time, and the side effects are: sleep issues, pain in the ears, chronic fatigue, lack of concentration, and frequent and strong headaches.
Well, giving the fact that the newest technology has made our lives much simpler, you cannot just say to someone to give up on it, the response will be definitely no.
But, what you can do is reduce the emission of WLAN around you by following some easy and simple steps. Please do consider them, in order to preserve your health.
First, you should not place your router in your bedroom or kitchen, because it can do much more harm from there. Second, protect your children from the electromagnetic waves by turning off the wi-fi when you are not using it.
Third, this may be a little more difficult, but try using phones with cables when you are at home, to relieve yourself from all the electromagnetic waves. And finally, disconnect all your wi-fi programs before you go to bed.
Follow these simple tips and avoid the harmful exposure of the wi-fi to your health.
This news was posted by a facebook user, Mr. Austin Usman Okai.
NUP declares 7 days prayer and fasting over non payment of salaries
The Nigeria Union of Pensioners, Kogi state Council has declared a 7 days prayer and fasting for all state and local government pensioners including retired primary school teachers in the state.
In a statement signed by the state chairman, Chief Onuh Abdullahi said they are praying for all Pensioners, particularly those that have not been able to access their pension for some months, that God should sustain them by opening doors of favor.
It added that God should touch the heart of their leaders to pay the desired attention to the plight of senior citizens who have spent their useful years in serving their fatherland.
It directed them to pray that Pensioners will leave to enjoy the fruit of their labor before going back to their makers.
It also urged them to pray that the peace of God which passes human understanding will reign in Kogi state now and always.
The statement also directed them to pray to God to heal all Pensioners that have one health challenges or the other and also for the repose of the souls of the departed Pensioners.
It ended by urging them to pray that the state government under the leadership of Yahaya Bello for Divine guidance leading to attainment of monumental achievement during his tenure.
The prayer and fasting will take effect from Tuesday 6th December, 2016 and round up at the local government branches on Monday 12th December, 2016 at noon.
Revered playwright and Nobel laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka, says he will hold a private funeral on January 20 when United States President-elect, Donald Trump, is inaugurated as President.
Soyinka, who spoke in Lagos on Monday, explained that the funeral is not to mourn with the citizens of the US over their choice of president but to mourn the death of Nigeria’s common sense.
“Our common sense is totally lost. I am embarrassed sometimes that I occupy the same nation space with some people,” he said.
He also said Nigerians did not have the right to query his personal decision to tear his US green card.
At least 1.2 million Nigerians will be given soft loans which attract between two and three per cent interest rate as part of efforts to create jobs under government’s social investment programme. Mr Laolu Akande, the Senior Special Assistant to the Vice President on Media and Publicity, in Abuja on Sunday said that government was synergizing with its enterprise agencies and the private sector to achieve the goal. He named the agencies as the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN), Bank of Industry (BOI), Bank of Agriculture, the National Directorate of Employment(NDE), among others. “About 1.2 million Nigerians are going to be given soft loans, may be at two or three per cent, loans of N20,000 to N50,000, N100,000, the traders, for people that have small businesses. “We are going to be using co-operatives, so all these groups mentioned will be working together because we believe small and medium enterprises are very critical to the recovery and rejuvenation of the economy. “So, we are working to design all kind of intervention financial facilities since we are not getting the kind of affordable loans in the main banking sector. He said that government was using the intervention funds to release money to small and medium scale enterprises so that they can trade with the money at very little interest rate. He said that the Federal Government was hoping to do more for Nigerians using the intervention fund as part of its social investment programme. He said that the SMEDAN, BOI, Bank of Agriculture, NDE, others had been harnessed to provide such support. Akande said that government would continue to use resources from the agencies to actively boost social investment programmes. “We are working with these agencies to have that kind of glory of affordable loan to 1.2 million Nigerians to do trading of different kinds,’’ he added. Read more at: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/12/nigerians-get-soft-loan/
The Arsenal attacker got his name in the Guinness Book of Records after beating the previous best altitude by two metres
Arsenal's Theo Walcott has set a world record for controlling a ball dropped from a high altitude.
The England international took part in a challenge during training, competing against team-mates Laurent Koscielny, Francis Coquelin and Nacho Monreal.
The quartet were challenged to stop a ball being dropped from a crane, with Walcott showing his skills by controlling it superbly after it was dropped from 34 metres.
Walcott beat the previous record by two metres in front of a certified Guinness judge, ensuring his place in the Guinness Book of Records.
Walcott takes the record from English football freestyler who John Farnworth set the record at 32 metres, after Lionel Messi had initially recorded a height of 18 metres in a promotion for a Japanese television show.
However, Farnworth can take solace in the fact that his name is still in the record books, having completed 83 around the world keepie-uppies in a minute.
e Economic and Financial Crimes Commission is set to charge over 100 electoral officials for allegedly receiving part of the $115m (N23bn) disbursed by a former Minister of Petroleum Resources, Diezani Alison-Madueke, during the countdown to the 2015 presidential election.