Saturday, 8 October 2016

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Monday, 19 September 2016


In some cases, gambling can become a problematic behavior causing many difficulties. This type of compulsive behavior is often called "problem gambling". It is typically a progressive addiction that can have many negative psychological, physical and social repercussions.
Problem gambling is harmful to psychological and physical health. People dealing with this addiction can suffer from depression, migraine, distress, intestinal disorders and other anxiety related problems. Ultimately, severe problem gambling can lead to suicide. The rate of problem gambling has risen globally over the last few years.

Friday, 16 September 2016

Diabetes How Alcohol Affect My Blood Sugar Levels?

[Bottles and glasses of alcohol.]
The way that alcohol affects the body differs from person to person.

It is not uncommon to enjoy a glass of wine with dinner or to have drinks after work with friends. Alcohol consumption is very prevalent in the United States.
  • 87.6 percent of people age 18 and older reported drinking alcohol at some point in their lifetime
  • 71 percent reported drinking in the past year
  • 56.9 percent reported drinking in the past month
For many people, a glass of alcohol here and there does not pose a problem. For those with certain health conditions such as diabetes, however, alcohol can affect blood sugar levels and pose a health risk. It is important for them to understand what alcohol is and how it affects blood sugar levels.

Thursday, 1 September 2016

Abu 2016/2017 Post UTME Form and Screening Date

ahmadu bello university POST UTME ADMISSION

Session: 2016/2017
Status: Active
Form: Not yet out till 5th of september
Form price:  N2500
Exam date: Not yet set
Jamb cut-off mark:  180
Eligibility:  first choice candidates only

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Tuesday, 30 August 2016

How to Become a Politician

Getting the Ball Rolling

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    Go to college. While really anyone can be a politician (depending on your definition of politician, of course), the ones that make a true dent in society and can call it a career have been to college. They likely studied economics, business, political science, or international relations. Though any degree is better than none!
    • Many go on to law or business school. This isn't a hard-and-fast requirement, but it's definitely not a bad idea. If you want to be a big dog, it's wise, that's for certain. In the US Congress, 68 are currently either lawyers or businessmen.[1] Just for the record.
    • Back in the day, military experience was pretty common. It's definitely not a bad idea -- we're all pro people who support their country. But it is becoming less common and if you don't feel the pressure to fit the presidential mold, there's no shame in keeping your office job.
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