Cristiano Ronaldo claims his mum is in stable condition after stroke scare ▷ Nigeria news

– Cristiano Ronaldo speaks for the first since his mum Dolores suffered a stroke – The Juventus striker claims his 65-year-old mother is now in stable condition at the hospital in Madeira – Ronaldo was at the Santiago Bernabeu when Real Madrid defeated Barcelona in El Clasico Cristiano Ronaldo has doused tension, confirming that his […]

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U.K. warns companies that 20% of workforce could be out as coronavirus cases rise

British businesses were warned as many as 20% of their workers could be forced to take time off during peak periods of infection if the U.K. is hit by a widespread outbreak of coronavirus. As the number of confirmed infections in the U.K. rose to 51, the government published its plan for dealing with the […]

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FG, Japan seal $18.2m agreement to strengthen NCDC’s

By Emanuel Elebeke Nigeria and the Japanese Government have signed an $18.2m agreement to strengthen the capacity of Network laboratories of the Nigeria Centre of Disease Control for accurate medical and laboratory investigations. Minister of State for Budget and National Planning, Prince Clem Agba, who signed on behalf of Nigeria, praised the Japanese government for […]

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Wild Video of Sloth Giving Birth Shows Baby ‘Bungee-Jumping’ With Umbilical Cord

A sloth’s umbilical cord can be a lifeline for its young in more ways than one. When giving birth, it can stop a slippery newborn from falling right out of the tree, sort of like a natural bungee cord.   A rare glimpse of just such an incredible moment was recently caught on camera in […]

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Borussia Dortmund cancel Asia summer tour amid coronavirus concerns

Borussia Dortmund have cancelled their summer tour of Asia because of coronavirus concerns. “The safety of our squad and all BVB staff always has the highest priority,” Carsten Cramer, the club’s marketing executive told Sport Bild. 2 Related Following two tours of the United States in recent summers, Dortmund hoped to return to Asia ahead […]

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Why is a simple coffee maker such a hit in Silicon Valley?

To describe Alan Adler as a Silicon Valley entrepreneur is both accurate and slightly misleading. He is an electronics engineer with a record in innovation. He has lectured at Stanford University. His company is in Palo Alto, four minutes’ drive from Google, where he has given talks on his work. His home where he does […]

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Paris Fashion Week showcases the latest in clothing—and face masks

Louis Vuitton staged a dazzling cinematic fashion production to cap Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday, with a wall of around 200 human figures dressed in fashions that spanned human history. While, Chanel staged a comparatively low-key affair, as the coronavirus outbreak kept many of the regular VIPs and fashion editors away. Some guests who made […]

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Lassa fever, cholera, meningitis, Covid-19 in Nigeria: The way forward

By Casmir Ifeanyi EARLY January this year, the Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists of Nigeria, AMLSN, predicted the outbreak of three periodic diseases in Nigeria, namely: Lassa fever, Cholera and Meningitis. Stressing that the Lassa fever scourge and other epidemics are as a result of the poor, neglected and relegated medical laboratory services structure and […]

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