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relieve stress, foods proven to relieve stress

Stress can make us crave junk food and increase our levels of fat-promoting stress hormones that lead to weight gain around the tummy, hips and thighs, says Charlotte Watts, author of The De-Stress Effect. These ten foods are proven to relieve stress. 1. Celery. When you’re under stress, sleep may suffer and you can find yourself waking with a start ...

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Treat Diabetes Naturally

How to Treat Type 2 Diabetes Naturally If you’ve been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, it’s very important that you learn all you can about your disease and the treatment options available to you—because you do have options. WATCH: You Can Reverse Type 2 Diabetes Reverse diabetes with the mini-fast program. Here’s how my intermittent fasting diet works: You get ...

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Nuts each day may reduce the risk of heart disease, lower risk of colon cancer, gallbladder disease

Chew on This: Nuts Help You Live Longer. Nuts are a delicious part of an anti-aging diet, helping you ward off chronic diseases like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and certain cancers—and thanks to a review of two large-scale, long-term studies published in the New England Journal of Medicine in 2013, there’s strong evidence that nuts of all kinds can help you ...

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4 Journalists Arrested As Police Battle Musician over Copyright Infringement

Kampala, Four journalists and a local artist were on 18th Jan/2016, arrested and detained at Jinja Road police in Kampala for over seven hours. Eddie Muhumuza of Hub for Investigative Media (HIM), Kenson Bugembe and Mohamed Safe from Uganda Media Center, were arrested for taking pictures of, Kaweesa Richard as he demanded payment of 52 million Uganda shillings for his ...

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Photos: Mao’s Dad Gets Peaceful Send Off

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Human Rights “NGO OPERATIONS GROUNDED” Staff Serve Under Continuous Threats

Soroti- Soroti Development Association and NGOs network (SODANN), human rights NGO, at the peak of closing down following continuous threat to the lives of its staff an official has revealed. According to the Daily Monitor, Mr Emmanuel Ogaram, a human rights monitor at SODANN, said since gunmen came to their offices last year looking for the coordinator, their operations have been ...

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A Rural Human Rights Defender in A World Of Their Own

The recognition given to human rights by various organizations including United Nations is undoubtedly significant. However, experiences of those involved in the process of advancing this cause may remain untold for a time to come. Chatting with one of the Ugandan rural human rights defender gives an interesting overview of the challenges faced at various levels. Although the commendation of ...

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President Museveni Responds to DR. Kiiza Besigye’s Visit to Abim Hospital

As usual, Dr. Besigye is either not honest or not serious in the manner he visited and propagandized about the unrehabilitated state of Abim Hospital. We all know that a number of the old hospitals are not yet rehabilitated, including Abim. I have visited Abim Hospital myself several times, the last time being on the 24th of August 2015 Following ...

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Santina Adong “Suspended Abim Hospital Nurses” Pardoned.

Great relief as suspended nurses at Abim hospital is pardon following their unauthorized tour of the dilapidated facility by FDC presidential Candidate, Dr. Kizza Besigye. Although the news focus majorly on Santina Adong who walk hand in hand with Besigye, the others who faced the brunt of the suspension including one Immaculate Akio and Paska Akello have finally regained their ...

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Over 5,000 People in Northern Uganda suffer from River blindness

River blindness has been noted as a common threat in 26 districts across Uganda with more than 3.9 million people is at risk of acquiring the infection. In a Joint Action forum (JAF) to monitor the progress made by African countries to combat the disease in a special conference held at Speke Resort Munyonyon it was realized that more than ...

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