Africa’s Biggest City Fights ‘wicked Lies’ On Ebola Myths – Yahoo Finance

Please enter a valid phone number. Please enter your Phone Number. Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done Africas Biggest City Fights Wicked Lies on Ebola Myths By Yinka Ibukun and Chris Kay 1 hour ago 0 shares Content preferences Done Caleb Akano bought kola nuts for the first time in years, succumbing to a myth that the caffeine-rich fruit used in Nigerian ceremonies will protect him from Ebola. “We are fighting a disease that does not give you a chance,” Akano, a 28-year-old political science graduate who lives in the Nigerian city of Lagos, said Aug.
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5 Tips to Combat Flight Anxiety – ABC News

You say Im starting to feel anxious just as we back away from the gate and Im supposed to feed that rising sense of panic? Well, yes and no. Basically, science shows that fighting feelings of anxiety can actually inflate those feelings. When you start to feel out of control or panicked, the typical response is to dig in emotionally and fight to try and override the feelings. Most of the time, this tactic just doesnt work. You actually work yourself into a much more anxious state by battling yourself.
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LS neighborhood preparing to save trees | News | Lee’s Summit Journal

Keeping the tree free of borers means treating them at least every two years with chemicals, often injected into the tree. Trying to wait until there are signs of an infestation doesnt work because the insect is hard to detect, Conner said, and once the bugs are noticed, the tree probably has too much damage to survive. Conner said homeowners could do the work themselves if the tree trunk is under 20 inches in diameter, as measured 4 1/2 feet off the ground. Conner suggests hiring a professional arborist if the tree is larger, getting several bids and checking references. Tom Lovell, parks administrator, said the Lees Summit parks system doesnt have many ash trees and isnt planning to actively fight the pests. Parks employees will just watch for any dying or dead trees. Its cost-prohibitive, Lovell said.
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