Archive for November, 2015


Dear valued customer,


We wish to notify the general public that some unscrupulous individuals have been sending out blasts (as shown above) misinforming them that they should link their ATM cards with their respective BVN and are expected to call a certain number to do so.

Please this is neither from VAS2Nets nor NIBSS and you are strongly advised to ignore such text messages. For further clarification kindly contact your nearest bank branch.

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Health tips for the day

  1. Hypertension tends to run in families. Hypertension is particularly common among blacks, often developing at an earlier age than it does in whites.
  2. The amount of blood in the body rises dramatically during pregnancy. You’ll have about 50 percent more blood circulating than usual, after birth.
  3. Antibiotic resistance happens when bacteria change and become resistant to the antibiotics used to treat the infections they cause. Handle antibiotics with care.
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Health tips for the day

  1. Studies have shown that even a moderate reduction in salts (sodium) in take can lower blood pressure levels by 2 to 8 mmHg.
  2. Pregnancies are usually counted by weeks. A typical pregnancy is about 40 weeks long (from the first day of your last menstrual period to delivery)
  3. Gout is a type of arthritis which occurs when crystals of sodium urate form inside and around joints, due to a build-up of uric acid, a waste product.
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Health tips for the day

  1. Exercising for 30 to 60 minutes five days a week will usually lower a person’s blood pressure by 4 to 9 mmHg.
  2. If you were physically active before your pregnancy, you should continue your activity in moderation. Don’t try to exercise at your former level.
  3. Onion blue mould caused by penicillium fungus infection can be avoided when utmost care is taken not to damage crop during harvesting.
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Health tips for the day

  1. Lack of exercise, as well as having a sedentary lifestyle, raises the risk of hypertension.
  2. Symptoms of pregnancy may show up about the time you miss a period or weeks later. 7 out of 10 women have symptoms by the time they are six weeks gone.
  3. The infection that causes boil can spread to other parts of the person’s body or to other people through skin-to-skin contact or the sharing of personal items.
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Health tips for the day

  1. Blood pressure has a natural variation. It lowers during sleep and rises on awakening, also rises in response to excitement and physical activity.
  2. During early pregnancy, you may find that your senses are heightened and that some foods or drinks you previously enjoyed become repellent.
  3. Dirty skin does not lead to acne or blemishes. Frequent and vigorous washing can irritate your skin making acne worse. Wash twice daily with a mild soap.
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Health tips for the day

  1. Stage 1 hypertension is 140 – 159 systolic or 90 – 99 diastolic, while stage 2 hypertension is 160 or higher systolic, or 100 or higher diastolic.
  2. Proteins are builder nutrients, and they help build important organs in the baby, such as the brain and heart. Food sources include; meat, beans, egg and fish.
  3. Strengthening muscles with weights or resistance exercises, may reduce pain as effectively as many drugs for back pain and arthritis.
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Last month we gave out tips on how to make your phone secure, this month let’s go further by advising on how to conserve your mobile data usage. We’ll be highlighting on 5 major tips.

Once you adhere to these simple tips you won’t have to wonder what consumes data on my phone.

  1. COMPRESS CHROME PAGES:If you use Google Chrome to surf the web often, you would discover that you can save one-third of your data consumption when you compress the pages. The data saver settings enable all web pages to be compressed before being loaded into your browser.

Although it’s also important to note that this setting has a little setback which is, it tends to slow down your surfing speed just a bit. To activate the data saver, simply launch the Chrome browser, go to the menu section where you have 3 dots and select settings, after which you now select Data saver.

  1. GET RID OF THE FACEBOOK APP:The Facebook app is one that is used by most android phone users and it is responsible for the loss of large volume of data asides the regular draining of battery. In order to conserve your data you can download Tinfoil for Facebook which is a web app that displays the Facebook website. After installing the app, check the box next to “open links inside the app”, this will make links being opened from the mobile app to open from within the app instead of the browser.
  1. RESTRICT BACKGROUND DATA:Background data include weather widgets, updating of feeds, etc. It would interest you to know that they use your data even if you are not actually using them, so it’s advisable to disable them.

Please follow this procedure: Settings > Data Usage > Restrict Back ground data. Then if you want to adjust the settings for a particular app, go to Settings > Apps.

To change sync settings for Google services, go to Settings > Accounts > Google > select the account. When this is done, uncheck the services you don’t want to sync automatically. Note that these depend on the particular android version being used.

  1.    DISABLE AUTO-UPDATING APPS:It is advisable to disable auto-updating apps. To do this, Go to the Play Store and tap the navigation section on the left and you’ll see settings, Open the settings and ensure that it is set to either “’Do Not Auto-Update Apps” or “only over Wi-Fi.”

But for individual apps settings, go to My Apps > choose the app you want to disable > un-check Auto-Update.

  1. SAVE RATHER THAN STREAM:Another important way to conserve data is to always download music or video files into your device rather than streaming them from sites like YouTube. After this you save the music or Video and can now listen or watch offline.


Culled from cnet


Health tips for the day

  1. If not properly treated, hypertension can damage the heart and circulation, lungs, brain and kidneys without causing noticeable symptoms.
  2. It’s common to feel tired, or even exhausted, during pregnancy, especially during the first 12 weeks or so. Hormonal changes are responsible.
  3. It is important to finish the entire course of antibiotics, even if you feel better before they are finished, so the bacteria do not reoccur.
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Health tips for the day

  1. High blood pressure is a chronic condition, and the damage it causes to blood vessels and organs generally occurs over years.
  2. The pregnancy condition hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) is a serious condition that causes severe vomiting and needs treatment.
  3. If your sore throat is associated with a fine, sandpaper-like pink rash on the skin, it could be scarlet fever. See your doctor immediately.
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