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|Sports / Re: World Cup: Spain Vs Morocco (2-2) On 25 June 2018 by binie: 10:42pm On Jun 25, 2018|
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|Autos / Re: Very Neat 2002 Honda Accord For Sale @#450 Call Mr Mike@08137557599 by binie: 8:18am On Sep 07, 2015|
Can it fly for 250k?
|Business / Re: New METHOD To Get A Verified Paypal In Nigeria by binie: 3:29am On Aug 26, 2015|
I'm interested please drop your email addy
|Celebrities / Re: Naija Artistes: Stop Wearing Sun And Welding Goggles In The Dark by binie: 1:39pm On Jul 22, 2015|
I want to believe Talib Kweli's got the answer.
If time permits watch the video
|Celebrities / Re: Look At The Cheap Nokia Phones Billionaire Otedola Is Using by binie: 8:31pm On Jul 04, 2015|
That is not a cheap phone. It's called VERTU. Try check up the prices if in doubt.
|Business / Re: The Simple Phones Billionaire Femi Otedola Uses (photo) by binie: 8:21pm On Jul 04, 2015|
That's a vertu,it's not an ordinary phone.
|Politics / Re: Zahra Buhari's Look Alike Begs For Recognition(see Picture) by binie: 8:52pm On May 28, 2015|
|Politics / Re: Jonathan Holds Buhari's Hand So Tight As He Conducts Him Around Aso Villa (photo by binie: 2:50pm On May 28, 2015|
Couple of months ago someone said Buhari will never come close to aso rock. How God works
|Politics / Re: Nigerian Governors Meet In Abuja (photos) by binie: 7:11pm On May 20, 2015|
|Politics / Re: Tweet Of The Morning: Nigerian Trains (Screenshot) by binie: 7:01pm On May 20, 2015|
Please provide us with valid information. The second pic of your kenyan trains is no way a "kenyan train" as it's a cross country train uk.
|Pets / Re: Pls Help Me Tick Is Not Letting My Dogs Grow Fat What Can I Use Them by binie: 5:32am On Apr 29, 2015|
Try lay your hands on this.
|Agriculture / Re: A Nairalander's Tour To The Farms And Major Markets In The Northern Nigeria. by binie: 5:48pm On Apr 24, 2015|
Are you by chance Lolas sister?
|Car Talk / Re: Photo: Can You Identify This Car Part? by binie: 3:44pm On Apr 18, 2015|
Sorry Na 504 rim
|Car Talk / Re: Photo: Can You Identify This Car Part? by binie: 9:05am On Apr 18, 2015|
|Celebrities / Re: Don Jazzy's P.A, Sameera Ahmed [photo] by binie: 8:43am On Apr 18, 2015|
Are you by chance called lala?
|Politics / Re: Pls How Many Sit Did APC Won In House Of Representative by binie: 6:19pm On Apr 01, 2015|
?? Kindly correct your sentence
|Politics / Re: These Two Men Misled Jonathan And Made Him To Lose This Election. by binie: 7:24pm On Mar 30, 2015|
You failed to mention Reno Omokri
|Travel / Re: He Was Deported On Arriving UK. by binie: 2:07pm On Mar 24, 2015|
Please take time to read this
|Politics / Re: Photo: I Didn't Tear My PDP Membership Card - Obasanjo by binie: 12:42pm On Mar 24, 2015|
Taking every single comment seriously will do you no good but truncate your mental state.
Learn to have a laugh often cos it's a therapy, my response to this post you quoted ended with ha ha. So it tells you I was having a laugh
|Politics / Re: Photo: I Didn't Tear My PDP Membership Card - Obasanjo by binie: 12:35pm On Mar 24, 2015|
[quote author=NDPVF post=31949220][s][/s]At whose will?.Are you saying that if i take what belongs to you and damage it at your presence with you doing absolutely nothing to stop me from doing it,instead laughing over it,that it doern't me "conscenting to the act"?.
Please always be rationale in reasoning.]
You have just expressed your irrational opinion which I ain't buying sorry.
|Crime / Re: Robbers Snatch Student’s ATM Card, Steal N87,000 by binie: 12:10pm On Mar 24, 2015|
Sorry to inform you her PVC was equally stolen.
|Travel / Re: He Was Deported On Arriving UK. by binie: 12:06pm On Mar 24, 2015|
What are you saying my brother?
|Travel / Re: He Was Deported On Arriving UK. by binie: 12:05pm On Mar 24, 2015|
It's not about knowing the uk immigration rules it's about being honest. All he would have said was yes I do but I never intend seeing her.
It's called deception simple.
|Politics / Re: Photo: I Didn't Tear My PDP Membership Card - Obasanjo by binie: 11:52am On Mar 24, 2015|
Your question should be, what is responsible for the death of the 'rat'? You get ha ha
|Politics / Re: Photo: I Didn't Tear My PDP Membership Card - Obasanjo by binie: 11:35am On Mar 24, 2015|
That's nothing but the truth. Obasanjo DID NOT tear his membership card, someone tore it for him.
|Autos / Re: Toyota Vehicles Pre-order Without Deposit by binie: 11:31am On Mar 24, 2015|
Bright from catford na you be this? All the best bro
|Travel / Re: Accomodation In Boston And Atlanta by binie: 6:16pm On Mar 14, 2015|
Try use tripadvisor
|Politics / Re: Video Of Angry Nigerians In London Streets Today, Shouting "Jonathan Ole" by binie: 10:34pm On Mar 13, 2015|
Kindly make some research before updating us with some false information. This was the protest outside Chatham house when Buhari was delivering his speech the other day.
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|Health / What Your PEE Says About Your Health. by binie: 9:55pm On Mar 05, 2015|
Many of us pass urine without thinking or looking at the colour of it.
But perhaps it’s time to take note, because our pee can say a lot about our health, according to one doctor.
Dr Chris Steele explained what each shade of pee – from clear to red to green and blue – tells us about the body.
He lined up test tubes of a range of colours of urine, from clear through to dark yellow, to red and blue.
His first piece of advice is to look at the colour of urine while peeing, rather than when it has hit the toilet bowl.
You should look at the colour in the stream that you’re passing, not when it’s in the toilet bowl, because it gets diluted in two litres of water.’
When asked if this would be a bit difficult for women, he replied: ‘You can even catch it if you’re worried.’
And when thinking about the colour of our pee, it's important to remember how food, drink and medication could be affecting it, he added.
He said: ‘Laxatives can cause a darkening colour of the urine. Always think about what you’re putting in your mouth, could that be affecting things?’
An example of this is asparagus and food colourants that can turn the urine blue or green.
Meanwhile, urine that is frothy and foamy could be a warning sign someone is eating too much protein and needs to cut back, he said.
‘It could be due to protein. Maybe you’re on a high protein diet. Or it could be due to infection.'
Next, he explained what each shade of pee means, in terms of health.
Clear urine could be a sign of a ‘good hydrated person’, Dr Steele said.
However, it could be because they are taking diuretic medicine which is making them pass water frequently
He added: ‘They might be drinking diuretic-type drinks, such as coffee and alcohol. They can cause this effect.’
He explained that the kidneys have two main functions: the first being to filter out toxins, create waste matter, and get it out of the body.
The second is to balance fluid in the body; the fluid gained from drinks and metabolic reactions in the body, and the fluids lost through sweat.
A deep yellow coloured urine means the person is more dehydrated.
He said: ‘In the morning you might notice your urine is darker coloured than in the evening.
'This is because in the night you’ve just been laying there doing nothing and your kidneys have been working concentrating the toxic effects.
‘Deep yellow urine could be a sign of liver problems which cause jaundice of the skin, eyes, and the urine to become more yellow.’
But the most important colour to look out for is a pink or light red colour.
If a person has red-coloured urine, it could be because they ate certain foods the night before.
Dr Steele said: ‘Beetroot, blackberries, blackcurrants even rhubarb [are all common culprits]. Food colourants are powerful and can get through the kidneys.’
However, it could be a more serious sign of infection from the kidney travelling down through the bladder and urethra.
It could also be due to a tumour, or kidney stones.
‘But the commonest reasons for red urine is cystitis - or urinary tract infections,’ Dr Steele said. ‘This causes excess blood to come out into the urine.’
A person with dark red urine is deeply dehydrated, he warned.
‘We’re talking about patients with liver disease,' he explained.
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