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Five Unbelievable Benefits of Drinking Water Immediately you Off from Bed

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Water is one of the most important substances on earth. All plants and animals must have water to survive. In this article, we will list some unbelievable benefits of drinking water.

If there was no water there would be no life on earth, but it very beneficial to take in water immediately after getting out of bed.

  1. Weigh loss

Besides being less hungry and decreasing cravings, by drinking water immediately after waking up, drinking water first thing in the morning can aid in weight loss. Water consumption increases metabolic rate, which allows the body to burn more calories in the body.

2. Helps Improve Metabolism

If you are on a diet, you know that just by drinking water on an empty stomach, you can increase your metabolic rate by 24% By increasing your metabolic rate, you are digesting faster and therefore improving your digestive system.

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3. Increase Hair Texture

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Did you know that water makes up 25% of the weight of one strand of hair? By decreasing water intake, you are causing harm to your hair growth. This is one reason why drinking water on an empty stomach will increase hair growth and hair characteristics.

4. Alleviates Heart Burns

Heartburn and Ingestion can be caused by increased acidity in your stomach and acid refluxes in your gullet. When you drink water early in the morning, the water pushes the acidity down and dilutes the stomach which helps lessen heart burn and ingestions.

5. Boast the Immune system

Drinking water first thing in the morning brushes out the stomach and therefore balances the lymphatic system. A stable lymphatic system will help build a strong immune system, which will prevent us from getting sick as often therefore there is a need to make drinking water first in the morning your habit.

 

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‘Fast And Furious Driver’ Fails To Appear In Court Over Alleged Ailment

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Watch Ghanaian Driver Display Fast And Furious Skills In Viral Video

The 28-year-old man who was arrested for driving recklessly at Opeibea in the Greater Accra Region has fallen sick after he was granted bail, according to police.

The suspect, Kofi Buckman was to appear before court earlier today, Monday, October 25, but was unable to, due to his medical condition.

Supt John Atanga who is in charge of the Motor Transport and Traffic Directorate (MTTD) at the Airport Police Station said the defendant is currently on admission at the hospital.

“It is unfortunate the court matter could not come on. He was released on bail to his family to be brought today. But this morning we had a document from his doctors that late last night he was taken ill and is currently under observation.

“Under this circumstance, we are handicapped to talk since it has to do with health matters,” he told Judith Awortwi Tandoh.

On when the suspect’s case will be heard, Supt Atanga said the police will wait till the medical facility treating the suspect reports that he has recuperated before the case will be laid before the court.

“When it comes to health issues, the dynamics changed,” he explained.

As previously reported by GhArticles.com, Kofi Buckman was captured in a viral video dangerously driving a grey Mercedes Benz at the Airport junction off the 37- Legon road.

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He was filmed drifting perilously under a traffic light that had signalled motorists to stop on Saturday, October 23.

Per the amateur footage, he drove into the middle of the four-lane road and, in a Fast and Furious fashion, turned his car in circles and eventually sped off before the traffic light turned green.

Police say Mr Buckman turned himself in on Sunday morning with some relatives as the Airport Police Station began investigations into the matter.

Supt Atanga further sent a strong warning to persons who engage in such acts, adding that they will be dealt with in accordance with the law if caught.

“The IGP and his team are out today and we are not going to countenance any sort of indiscipline. It is not in the interest of anybody, all road users, including their own lives so they should be warned. So long as we get them or get information about them, they cannot hide anywhere,” he added.

 

 

 

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‘There Is No Space For Them’ – Prez Akuffo-Addo To 499 Law Students

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'There Is No Space For Them' - Prez Akuffo-Addo To 499 Law Students

This is because there’s no space at the Ghana School of Law to contain them, President Akufo-Addo said.

He noted that the situation is rather unfortunate as the problem has been a persisting one.

“For the time being, there’s no space in the Law School for them, and this is a problem. There are several others before them who unfortunately fell into the same pit. It may be that this group has decided to be more vocal than their predecessors,” he said.

The President explained that it is not in the country’s best interest to keep the gates of the Ghana School of Law closed.

He stated that more lawyers were needed to ensure that the rule of law was maintained for the country’s development.

“I myself, I think that idea of more and more lawyers in the system is good for the health of the nation. If we want a country that is governed by the rule of law, it means that we need to have lawyers in virtually all aspects of our national life guiding the development of our country so that the rule of law really makes sense,” he said.

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He is, however, hopeful that a solution to the problem would be realised by next year.

According to him, it is reasonable that Ghanaians expect him to find a solution to the problem because he’s a celebrated Ghanaian lawyer.

“I think it’s a decent, reasonable expectation; I will not run away from it. I think it’s a reasonable expectation to see that this is a good moment for these matters to be resolved, and all I can say is that God willing, by the time I come back here the next year, substantial progress will be made in trying to deal with this.

“It’s unfortunate, I can’t pretend that this is a happy coincidence for me at all, on the contrary, I’m very disturbed by it, and I’m hoping that soon the cooperation of the various stakeholders, the Ghana Legal Council, the Chief Justice himself, Attorney General and myself, we’ll all find a solution to this situation,” he said.

 

 

 

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Doctors Successfully Transplant Pig Kidney To Human Patient

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Doctors Successfully Transplant Pig Kidney To Human Patient

From people in comas waking up to diseases vanishing, medical miracles happen every day. But some doctors are advancing the methods we use to get needed organs. According to the New York Times, surgeons in New York City successfully attached a kidney grown inside a pig to a patient.

The unidentified patient apparently suffered from brain death. They were a registered organ donor. However, none of their organs were “suitable” for transplant. This patient’s body was used for research after the family gave their permission.

The Surgery 

While on a ventilator, the pig kidney was attached to blood vessels in the upper leg of the patient and covered with a shield. It functioned as it should. The kidney received the blood and processed urine and waste product creatinine  “almost immediately.” The surgery took place in September and the organ was studied for 54 hours.

The kidney was sourced from a pig genetically engineered to grow human organs that won’t be rejected by the human body. Xenotransplantation is the word for the medical procedure that took place. Per the Food & Drug Administration, this procedure “involves the transplantation, implantation or infusion”  of “live cells, tissues or organs from a nonhuman animal source.”

Transplants Needed

Scientists have been working overtime to find new ways to tackle the large demand for organ transplants. Estimates show that more than 100,000 Americans are waiting to receive organs from transplant lists. About 90,240 people on the list need kidneys.

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Robert Montgomery, who is the head of the Langone Health’s Transplant Institute at New York University, performed the recent kidney surgery.

“The field up to now has been stuck in the preclinical primate stage, because going from primate to living human is perceived as a big jump,” Dr. Montgomery said.

Why Pigs?

According to Vice, he received a $3.2 million grant from United Therapeutics to fund the medical project. The Maryland-based pharmaceutical company focuses on developing “novel pharmaceutical therapies” and “technologies that expand the availability of transplantable organs.”

Pigs are apparently a great match for organ procurement. NY Times reports that they’re “easier to raise, reach maturation faster, and achieve adult human size in six months.” Moreover, humans are not unfamiliar to using pig body parts. Medical procedures have previously used pig heart values, pig pancreas cells and pig skin.

Although the idea might be off-putting to some, United Therapeutics’ CEO  Martine Rothblatt doesn’t think so.

“Weird does not mean unethical. There’s a 45-degree line on a graph—as long as the utility exceeds the yuckiness, social acceptance wins,” Martine said. “Taking organs from dead people and putting them in living people once seemed weird, it’s not weird anymore. It would be stupid to abjure nature’s greatest invention since chemistry.”

 

 

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