Monday, 5 January 2015
Wednesday, 31 December 2014
Earlier, Lindsay Lohan contracted Chikungunya, an incurable virus transmitted by infected mosquitos, while vacationing in French Polynesia. The 28-year-old revealed she had caught the virus on her Twitter account on Saturday, warning her 8.6 million followers to use bug spray.
World Health Organization (WHO) describes Chikungunya as a viral disease that causes fever and severe joint pain. Because the virus has no cure, treatment is focused on relieving the symptoms, which could also include muscle pain, fatigue, nausea, headache and rash. According to WHO, severe complications are rare and most infected people will recover fully, though some may have lasting joint pain for several months or years.
Despite the setback, Lohan is maintaining a positive attitude. She posted an Instagram photo alongside pals on Monday with an optimistic caption:
The "Mean Girls" star touched down in Los Angeles on Dec. 30, but she has gorgeous photos to remember the good times from her two-week getaway. Check out some of her fabulous photos from the trip below:
Get well soon, Lindsay!
Tuesday, 16 December 2014
Tuesday, 9 December 2014
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The CEO of a 'Popularly known' Modeling Agency, EXOPA, has been buried today after he passed away five days ago at the Nsawam Prisions in the Eastern Region from an injury he incurred during a football game.
Mr Ibrahim Sima was arrested on September 7, 2009 after a search for drugs at the Kotoka International Airport. He now lays at the Tema Community 9 Cemetery.
Tuesday, 24 June 2014
Thursday, 12 June 2014
Tuesday, 29 April 2014
- Work-life balance, work-life balance and work-life balance. It is the main reason that talent pursues a career in Denmark. Denmark’s international communication should be even clearer about the unique opportunity in Denmark of being able to have an exciting career and a family life without compromise.
- International students would like to work in Denmark, but after graduating it takes them longer to find a job than they can afford financially or visa entitles them to stay. Help them find a student job so that they can stay in Denmark and also create value from day 1.
- Many international students would like to start our own business, so strengthen the conditions that allow them to become entrepreneurs and make sure that they can obtain a residence permit as self-employed.
Tuesday, 18 March 2014