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YOU CAN NOT SLEEP, YOU HAVE BRITTLE NAILS AND YOUR HAIR FALLS A LOT? HERE’S WHAT YOU’RE MISSING!

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Fatigue and insomnia may cause problems with the adrenal glands, the glands that produce stress hormones. Tiredness, thinning hair, brittle nails, and weight gain – you probably have a thyroid problem, a gland that produces hormones.

Brazilian walnuts and leaves of parsley should be grind and after that you need to add dried raisins and honey with a little bit of grated ginger, all should be mixed in optimal mixture and every morning and half hour before meals you should consume two tablespoons of this remedy.

 These are foods full of B vitamins and iron which will help to regulate the balance of your body very quickly and in a natural way.

The hair and nails will be stronger, and if you lose weight or gain some because of this problem, everything will come at its own place.

If necessary, repeat mixture.

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Somalia empowers President to appoint foreigner as Central bank governor.

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Somali lawmakers voted on Monday to allow the president to appoint a foreigner as governor of the central bank of the volatile Horn of Africa nation.



Previously only a citizen could be appointed to the role as is the case across much of the continent. The vote was held in the lower house of the parliament.

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An overwhelming majority of lawmakers (158) voted for the change as proposed by the government of President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmaajo and Prime Minister Ali Hassan Khayre.

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Seventeen MPs kicked against the move even though the government justified the proposal by saying the country needed every available expertise to change its fortunes.

Even though there is no known foreign candidate for the role, a presidential assent – which is seen as procedural – will see government headhunt for a a new bank chief.

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Climate change forces El Paso to make treated sewage water turn into drinking water

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As the global climate changes and water becomes an increasingly scarce resource, a number of cities such as India, Australia has earlier express their concern to reduce water shortage.



The authorities has disclosed to her citizens stating that “What we are seeing is a systematic increase in temperature, so we’re seeing the snow-melt runoff earlier…and more rapid melt than average. And again, for a given level of snow-pack, less runoff actually reaching the river and reaching our reservoir.

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However, in a bid to mitigate the water shortages,  El Paso is set to become one of the first cities in the US to treat sewage water and turn it into drinking water.

Chief technical officer of El Paso Water, Mr Gilbert Trejo said that the facility to treat sewage water with multiple steps of filtration such as carbon and UV filtration to make sure no pathogens or microbes are present.

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Adding that It will help to solve a major supply problem in the city and what’s more, some locals even say it tastes better.

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