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Watch the official video of Eva Alordiah titled "War Coming" ft Sir Dauda directed MEX

This video has however been removed from the Vevo Account of Eva Alordiah on Youtube after just 5hours of it's release. We have no clue what went wrong but we're sure it has something todo with the message in the song. The video below was uploaded by a youtuber..Whichever reason we'll update. Check It Out!!!

Syndic8 Records act Lynxxx and media personel Eku Edewor covers the new edition of ThisDay Style titled "Young, Restless & Daring".

They both look stunning, we see Lynxxx dressed as an Asaba royal figure while Eku Edewor dresses as an Urhobo Queen with her outfit comprising of beads and long gowns.

Photo Credit:
Photography: Asiko_artist
Styling: Kessianathorley
Production Coordinator: Nikimoth
Concept: Eclipsewa
Hair/Makeup: Dfalanaartistry
Dress: Iconicinvanity

Recent study shows earphones, headphones could cause underlying cell damage leading to Long-Term Hearing Loss. World Health Organization in its latest report stated that some 1.1 billion teenagers and young adults are at risk of hearing loss due to the unsafe use of personal audio devices, including smartphones, and exposure to damaging levels of sound at noisy entertainment venues such as nightclubs, bars and sporting events.
Study also indicates every 1 out of 5 walking on the street is either wearing an headphone or earpiece which is very alarming especially young adults tends to listen to Loud music while walking, jogging, relaxing and all.
Nearly 50 per cent from the age 12 to 35years in countries with atleast good income are exposed to unsafe levels of sound from the use of personal audio devices like your smartphone,tablets, laptops, Mp3 Players while 40 per cent are exposed to excessive noise from entertainment hubs.
WHO Director for the Department for Management of Non-communicable Diseases, Disability, Violence and Injury Prevention, Dr Etienne Krugexplained the importance of this awareness 

As they go about their daily lives doing what they enjoy, more and more young people are placing themselves at risk of hearing loss, we must also be very conscious of the fact that once hearing is lost, it won't come back, hence preventive measures at an early stage is the key role to avoiding Hearing loss”.
Appropriate intensity or volume of sounds, as well as the frequency and duration of listening to songs at home and in office could reduce hearing loss.
The study also suggests that exposure to loud noise can result in temporary hearing loss or tinnitus which is a ringing sensation in the ear, and when the exposure is particularly loud, regular or prolonged, it can lead to permanent damage of the ear’s sensory cells, resulting in irreversible hearing loss.
The health body however recommended that many patrons of night clubs, bars, sporting events, among others related places should considerably reduce the duration of exposure, while the highest permissible level of noise exposure in the workplace should be 85 db up to a maximum of eight hours per day.
It also said that teenagers and young people can better protect their hearing by keeping the volume down on personal audio devices, wearing earplugs when visiting noisy venues, and using carefully fitted, and, if possible, noise-canceling earphones/headphones.
WHO also asked governments to develop and enforce strict legislation on recreational noise, and also raise awareness of the risks of hearing loss through public information campaigns.
The study also advocated for parents, teachers and physicians to educate young people about safe listening.
Martins Ifijeh