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July 2014


'Brain hub predicts negative events'

Scientists have identified a part of the brain that may help us predict when things are about to go wrong and could play a part in depression.

Pause NHS privatisation - Labour

NHS privatisation is "being forced through at pace and scale" says shadow health secretary Andy Burnham, as he calls for it to be halted until after the general election.

Chicken factories given all-clear

Poultry processing plants in Llangefni and Scunthorpe alleged to have committed hygiene breaches are rated "good" and "generally satisfactory".

Liberia shuts borders to curb Ebola

Most border crossings in Liberia are closed and communities hit by an Ebola outbreak face quarantine to stop the virus spreading.

'Poor care for hepatitis C virus'

Most people with chronic hepatitis C are not getting treatment which could help clear the virus, an official report says.

Blood donors 'pass on hepatitis E'

Around 1,200 people each year are infected with hepatitis E through donated blood in England, a large study shows.

Fist bumps 'cleaner than handshakes'

Scientists at Aberystwyth University in Wales have shown that more bacteria are transferred by shaking hands, than by fist-bumping or high-fiving.

'Nerve centre for appetite control'

Scientists have found a key cluster of nerve cells that can stop food consumption, according to research in mice.

Sierra Leone Ebola escapee dies

A Sierra Leone woman who fled hospital after testing positive for the Ebola virus has died after turning herself in, health officials tell the BBC.

Six seconds 'can transform health'

Short six-second bursts of vigorous exercise have the potential to transform the health of elderly people, say researchers.

Cancer blood test moves step closer

A British team of researchers has developed what might be a simple blood test for cancer, scientists from the University of Bradford say.

'New virus' discovered in human gut

Scientists say they have stumbled upon a common virus that has never been described before.

Sexism 'puts women off sports'

A report by MPs suggests a lack of female participation in sport has long-term health and social consequences.

One-shot cancer therapy gets NHS nod

A pioneering breast cancer treatment that replaces weeks of radiotherapy with a single, targeted shot is set to be offered on the NHS.

Bedtime light 'may stop cancer drug'

Even dimly lit bedrooms may stop breast cancer drugs from working, according to US research.

Shift workers 'face diabetes risk'

Type 2 diabetes is more common in people who work shifts, with effects on waistlines, hormones and sleep increasing the risk, a study suggests.

A&E units miss 12-hour wait targets

The 12-hour waiting time target for Northern Ireland A&E units was breached more than 700 times between April and June, according to the latest figures.

Fewer young smokers and drinkers

Smoking, drinking and drug use among secondary school pupils have more than halved over the past 10 years, figures show.

Fly in ear time-wasting call to 999

A man with a fly in his ear and a woman questioning if a green potato was poisonous were among thousands of non-urgent 999 calls made to the Welsh Ambulance Service last year.

Admitting fewer patients 'won't cut costs'

The risks of a plan to admit fewer patients
October 26th-October 28th
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Odun Oya Festival 2012

Celebrating the Mother of Wind and Change with Odun Oya 2012
Oyotunji African Village Announces the 2012 celebration of Oya; the feminine energy and deity of transformation, revolution and guardian Mother of the ancestors, featuring a special public screening of Ancestral Voices: Esoteric African Knowledge 
Sheldon, S.C. [October 18, 2012] The ancient spiritual traditions of the Yoruba of West Africa are largely comprised of ancestor worship and veneration. As the guardian and Mother of the ancestors, Oya is heavily esteemed and honored. From October 27th thru October 29th this progressive cosmic force will be celebrated during Odun Oya 2012 at Oyotunji African Village (56 Bryant Lane Sheldon, S.C. 29941). Beginning on Friday evening at 9pm with the historic Oloja Ebo, or Oya's Plaza, the festival will span the entire weekend with rituals, ceremonies and celebration in honor of Oya. Advanced tickets to Odun Oya 2012 are available via oyotunji.org for $7.50 per-day or $15 for the entire weekend; Friday's festivities are free to the public. At the gate the fee will increase to $10 per-day and $20 for the entire weekend.Celebrating the Mother of Wind and Change
This year's Odun Oya will feature a special public screening of the UK Longbelly Entertainment Ltd's Ancestral Voices: Esoteric African Knowledge. This unique film bridges communities, by igniting a much-needed debate about traditional African spiritual systems; their cosmologies, ideologies and underlying ethical principles. Modern science no longer refutes the origins of mankind being in Africa and similarities in the cosmological ideologies of African esoteric systems with those found many established world religions today, suggest that it was not only people that migrated, but also concepts and themes that then provided bedrock for the formation of other systems of belief.
The documentary aims to shed light on a topic shrouded in much mystique, negativity, superstition and ignorance, to allow for informed discourses on the subject without fear of persecution or oppression. Through video interviews, a range of individuals of different faiths in the United Kingdom share their experiences and knowledge of these esoteric systems and their perceptions of them in light of other established religions and mainstream media coverage of these esoteric systems. Traditional shaman from the Greater Accra, Eastern and Ashanti regions in Ghana, West Africa, are also interviewed to provide authentic accounts of their cosmologies, practices and esoteric spiritual systems. Immediately following the screening of Ancestral Voices: Esoteric African Knowledge, there will be a Q&A session with the film's Producers Dalian Adofo and Verona Spence.
In case of rain, Odun Oya 2012 will be postponed to the following weekend. It is customary when attending the Odun Oya to wear white clothes and to bring ebun (gifts); egg plants, masks, plums, money and/or candles as offering to the King and for the parade and prayer. Advanced tickets to Odun Oya 2012 are available via oyotunji.org for $7.50 per-day or $15 for the entire weekend; Friday's fesitivies are free to the public. At the gate the fee will increase to $10 per-day and $20 for the entire weekend. For more information about the Odun Oya Festival 2012 or to pre-purchase tickets for the weekend visit [www.oyotunji.org].

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