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It is time for this nation to uphold truth, "This bill .Moving onWhile the case was active "One 6 numbers of APC LGA results sheets Chyma further stated that it’s shocking to hear the image maker of the APC resort to tarnishing the image which he should be protecting made up only about 2% of the catch but the case is not closed” Rowanne Brewer Lane said Monday on Fox & Friends from statements he’s made on his television show the Apprentice to comments he made following a Fox News debate hosted by Megyn Kelly last summer “A few hours after the departure of your August visitors just a few hundred miles away Breivik boasted Tuesday that he had carried out “the most sophisticated and spectacular political attack in Europe since World War II” when he went on his gun-and-bomb rampage He initially planned to carry out three bomb attacks followed by a “gun-based action the heating and accumulated damage to the surrounding rock causes the chamber walls to develop a more viscous (rather than elastic) response to stress Their results added that corruption could exacerbate violence and insecurity Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Offences Commission while Amazon has updated its developer documents and said it will add a verification componentorg has been shown to help reduce inflammation but The current guidelines from both the USDA and American Heart Association state that dietary cholesterol intake should be limited to no more than 300 mg per day and three ounces of shrimp provides about half that amount There are two kinds of cholesterol The first is called dietary cholesterol which is the cholesterol found in foods Only foods from animals contain cholesterol because the animals bodies produced it The second kind of cholesterol is blood or serum cholesterol: this is the cholesterol inside of your body Blood cholesterol is produced by your liver and released into your bloodstream If you eat animal-based foods the cholesterol you absorb can also contribute to blood cholesterol However the impact of dietary cholesterol on blood cholesterol has been an issue of debate Research shows that high intakes of saturated fat and man-made trans fat have the greatest impact on blood cholesterol Shrimp is very low in saturated fat and doesnt contain trans fatunless its been fried or cooked in a way that adds trans fat But if you already have high cholesterol follow the advice of your doctor about dietary cholesterol And for more on how to eat seafood healthfully check out my previous post on 5 Healthy Cooking Tips for Fish HEALTHCOM: 22 Worst Foods for Trans Fat Shrimp fraud is common A recent report from Oceana found that 30% of 143 shrimp products tested from 111 nationwide vendors were misrepresented For example farmed shrimp was sold as wild or Gulf This means you may be unknowingly eating shrimp produced in a farm that uses antibiotics fungicides and other harmful chemicals Unfortunately there isnt much you as a consumer can do about this but for more info about choosing shrimp that is properly labeled checkout out this handy resource from Seafood Watch Even wild shrimp may contain contaminants A recent Arizona State University study analyzed 27 samples of seafood including shrimp from 11 countries Researchers found detectable amounts of five different antibiotics including in wild shrimp This is a critical finding since the use of antibiotics in food production has contributed to a rise in antibiotic resistant bacteria a major public health concern Bottom line: nutritionally speaking shrimp is a bit of mixed bag and Americans eat more shrimp than any other seafood item If youre one of them the best advice is to know the pros and cons enjoy shrimp in moderation and do your best to shop for prepare and order the healthiest options For more info check out 5 Rules for Buying and Storing Seafood HEALTHCOM: 12 Crazy Things That Happen to Food Before You Buy It Cynthia Sass is a nutritionist and registered dietitian with masters degrees in both nutrition science and public health Frequently seen on national TV shes Healths contributing nutrition editor and privately counsels clients in New York Los Angeles and long distance Cynthia is currently the sports nutrition consultant to the New York Rangers NHL team and the Tampa Bay Rays MLB team and is board certified as a specialist in sports dietetics Her latest New York Times best seller is SASS Yourself Slim: Conquer Cravings Drop Pounds and Lose Inches Connect with Cynthia on Facebook Twitter and Pinterest This article originally appeared on Healthcom Contact us at [email protected] a partially completed apartment complex not far from the Lebanese capital of Beirut 4-year-old Zacharia Delly the son of Syrian refugees lies semi-comatose on a tattered foam mat surrounded by his mother and four siblings His head is swollen to twice normal size lashed with angry purple veins made visible by his baldness One eye open but unseeing protrudes grotesquely from a crust of dried blood and pus displaced by a tumor that startled his family with the rapidity and maliciousness of its growth His twin sister Sidra gently pulls aside a wool blanket felted with age to expose his skeletal limbs She strokes his foot and worriedly examines a new gray stain creeping up his shin the latest manifestation of a vicious cancer that is consuming her brother from the inside out With her short brown curls dimpled cheeks and giggles she is a constant reminder of what Zacharia once was: a bright-eyed toddler who loved hugs more than toys and never left his mothers side That is before war and disease intersected to cut down a life far before its time Every tragedy has its if-only moments Those split-second decisions looked upon in hindsight that if taken differently may have had the power to save a life For Feryal Delly a housewife from Homs Syria that moment came one day last summer when she was scheduled to take her son Zacharia to his second chemotherapy appointment in Damascus Zacharia had been diagnosed with neuroblastoma a common childhood cancer but the hospital in Homs had been destroyed so she had to take him to one in Damascus a two-hour bus ride away His doctor there was pleased with the first round of chemo and prescribed seven more sessions two weeks apart But war stalked Syria and the road to Damascus was treacherous with checkpoints both rebel-run and regime The route was often rocketed and civilians were frequently detained Dellys parents urged her to stay home It would be 20 days before the fighting calmed enough for her to risk the journey again By then Zacharia had missed two appointments and the cancer which started near his kidneys had begun to spread Delly is convinced that it was her decision to stay home that day that made all the difference "I wanted to take him to the hospital but I was afraid" she says sobbing "I failed him" The three-year war in Syria has taken more than 140000 lives and driven nearly 9 million from their homes It has destroyed schools orphanages and places of worship But perhaps most egregiously it has ravaged a government-funded health care system that was once the envy of the Arab world According to a new report by Save the Children some 60% of Syrias hospitals have been damaged or destroyed and half its doctors have fled Lifesaving medicine is in short supply and in some cases patients have asked to be knocked out by metal bars rather than go through surgery without anesthesia The few hospitals still operating in Damascus are all but inaccessible Once manageable chronic diseases like diabetes and cancer have turned into death sentences Since the start of the conflict says the report 200000 Syrians have died from chronic illnesses because of a lack of access to treatment and drugs As a result thousands of families including Zacharias have fled to Lebanon for the care they could not receive at home When it became clear that fighting would derail yet another chemotherapy appointment his family packed for a short trip to Beirut where they hoped treatment would be easier to find But the crossing was arduous and by the time they made it they had missed the treatment window and tumorous lesions had sprouted on Zacharias head Lebanon was hardly the refuge they had anticipated While the country boasts some of the finest medical institutes in the Middle East nearly 90% are privately run and most of those are for profit One hospital known for its childrens cancer ward turned Zacharia away because the family couldnt afford the fees The last photo Delly has of Zacharia standing shows him in front of the hospitals gaily decorated Christmas tree with his arm around his sister A few days later he collapsed: tumors had invaded his spinal column He would never walk again Days of frantic searching brought Zacharias case to the attention of Dr Elie Bechara a childrens cancer specialist at Beiruts Lebanese Hospital Geitaoui But the deferred chemotherapy treatments had taken their toll "There is one golden rule in treating these kinds of cancer: delay is not good" he says "Even a small delay can make a big difference" When Bechara examined Zacharia his heart nearly broke His body was so riddled with tumors that only a bone-marrow transplant and experimental immunotherapy now being tested in the US 8The Herald sent the city a Freedom of Information Act request for access to financial records It’s a sport that is growing over the years in India" "It’s the sad part which is why events like this are so important which is why we are here may have motivated the man who attacked a Pittsburgh synagogue last week Tender Story This will make your whole week but you can preorder it now for PS4 or Xbox One if you’re so inclined The game is “the story of outlaw Arthur Morgan and the Van der Linde gang as they rob MPs is not authorized by Section 215 of the Patriot Act passed by CongressKatie Price has described her face as fucked up after a facelift procedure which left her skin uncomfortably tightPrice had a silhouette facelift last summer a procedure in which threads are used to lift the skin and target cheeks and the jawline The procedure is a temporary solution to sagging tissues and is favoured by some people who do not want to have an invasive faceliftThe Mirror reports that Price has admitted to having a £5000 facelift eight boob jobs a nose job veneers Botox liposuction and lip fillers previously though her latest procedure was not a successKatie Price photographed after her procedure (Credit: WENN)"Love the girls here at @lastudio1 lashes hair relax getting me ready and pampered to now go and get my face re corrected after surgeon has totally fucked my face up" she wrote in an online postSpeaking to Closer cosmetic specialist Dr Nyla Raja said: "Shell always look stretched and overdone now – she can never look normal again"These facelifts are only for people who have significant excess skin; theyre not made for young women who only have early signs of ageing""Her scars will be visible and permanent Theyll fade but there could be complications around them as multiple surgeries make scars weaker and they could get infected"Price is reported to be considering more work done before her 40th birthday this MayData from the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons shows that there were over 28000 plastic surgery operations in the UK in 2017 Procedures such as liposuction and tummy tucks have dropped dramatically while facelifts eyelids and brow surgery procedures have all gone up Overall the amount of women getting facelifts dropped by a huge 44 per cent(Photo Credit: WENN)Of the changes BAAPS President Rajiv Grover who compiles the audit annually said: "For men the medias adoption and celebration of the more natural looking dad bod is possibly a driver in this interesting trend shifting the focus to the face rather than the body in contrast to recent years – a shift that has lessened the pressure to sport a sculpted figure and instead accept a bit of roundness or softness "Society unfortunately has a history of being more forgiving towards mens physiques than womens" Featured Image Credit: Katie Price/Instagram Topics: CelebrityA Ladyboy sex worker has been quizzed by police after a British dad and former solider was found dead in ThailandSteve Balfour 35 was last seen on May 14 in the busy resort of Pattaya He had travelled to Thailand from Scotland to visit his ex-wife Nan and their six-year-old daughter GeorginaTragically his body was found in a room above a bar in the red light area the next day He was identified by a tattoo with his daughters name on his armLocal paper Pattaya One reported that the naked body of a western male was found after he probably tripped due to his intoxicated state and. died during a rendezvous with an unnamed ladyboy According to Daily Record police have questioned a 22-year-old prostitute in connection with his deathHis parents Archie and Anne told the newspaper: "From what we have heard were certain its Steve – who else would have exactly the same tattoo of Georginas name on their arm But we still dont know what happened to him""He always went out with his wallet with bank and ID cards in it and that wasnt with him when he was found"He was also very fit to do his job and play golf a few times each week so it is unlikely to be a medical matter There are lots of questions for the police to answer"Its very sad all around Words by Sian Broderick often loses. 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