Anti-inflammatory drugs could lead to chronic pain in future, study suggests by Elly Blake

<img src="https://lawakhigbe.files.wordpress.com/2022/05/img_2565.jpg?w=1024&quot; alt="<p>Stock image Taking anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen for a bad back could increase the chances of developing chronic pain, a new study has suggested. Analysis of 500,000 people in the UK showed those taking anti-inflammtory drugs to treat pain were more likely to have pain two to 10 years later but this …

Government’s withdrawal of Nigeria from global basketball is ‘heart-wrenching’ by By Oluwashina Okeleji Sports Writer, Nigeria

Nigeria Women have won their past three African titles but their place at the World Cup is now in doubt Nigerian basketballer Upe Atosu has described the decision to withdraw the country from international competition for two years as "heart-wrenching". The decision, announced by Nigeria's ministry of youth and sports and approved by President Muhammadu …

Justice Alito’s Draft Ruling on Abortion Shows the Need to Curb Minority Rule by John Cassidy

If the Justices who have made the Supreme Court an agent of conservative counter-revolution overturn Roe v. Wade, there is no reason to believe that they will stop there. Washington awoke to a changed political environment on Tuesday. Reproductive-rights groups were in uproar, protesters were camped outside the Supreme Court, and politicians were staking out …

Meffy2023: A joke taken too far by Chidi Odinkalu

In November 2017, it emerged that the governor of Nigeria’s central bank, Godwin Emefiele, had significant interests in an off-shore company registered in Bermuda, which held an account with UBS in London. UBS is a multinational investment bank and financial services company with its headquarters in Basel and Zurich in Switzerland. Disclosures released by the …

Senior advocates of whatever, By Chidi Anselm Odinkalu

Michael Kaase Aondoakaa The Body of Senior Advocates (BOSAN), as the self-regarding coven of SANs is called, has proved itself to be unwilling and unable to or uninterested in making its erring members accountable. The rest of the Nigerian Bar watches with wonderment and young lawyers particularly now aspire with an overwhelming sense of desperation …

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