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The Nigerian, who was also tormented by knee injuries during his short playing career, has now been offered a role in the Italian giants' youth team. Heart problems meant Nura spent his early career in Serie A on the sidelines before his progress was cruelly hampered further by an ACL tear that ruled him out in The year-old spent two years in the Campionato Primavera before making his Serie B debut last season on loan at Perugia. It has now been confirmed that the minor surgery Nura underwent for the heart ailment years ago has meant he is no longer able to pass the club's physical tests. Nura, once a target for Barcelona, had signed a five-year deal at Roma last summer and is now working with the Italian giants to cancel the balance of his contract.
Organisers are hoping to 'beef-up- the annual Heart Health Day. An annual charity event that aims to raise funds for the Heart of Australia hopes a push to auction a pen of cattle for the cause will give their event a jump start. The inaugural Heart Health Day was held in December in memory of Meandarra local, Graham Bridle, who died from an undiagnosed cardiac illness. Gallery from here. The day will follow a similar format to the inaugural day with a sit-down lunch, full bar, guest speaker, auction, raffles and of course the attendance of Dr Rolf Gomes and The Heart Bus.
It is a showcase of ancient Western civilization, with marvels such as the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and the Pantheon. It takes days and days to truly explore Rome. The city is enormous and it is filled with enough churches, Roman ruins, and exceptional restaurants that you could spend weeks here and never get bored. If you have only two days in Rome, you have just enough time to visit some of the best spots in the city. The Borghese contains one of the best collections of art in the world. See works of art by Raphael, Caravaggio, Titian, and Bernini. Even the building is an attraction.
Cattle auction set to give Heart Day a pulse
For all its imperial and papal pomp and circumstance, Rome at heart is a beautiful child — raucous, dreamy, secretive, a touch spoiled, by turns exasperating and enchanting. High season crowds thin, and dazzling light displays and slanting sunbeams compensate for the short days. For an authentic Roman holiday, get out of the centro storico and sample the pizza stalls of the Testaccio market and the funky wares at the nearby Porta Portese Sunday flea market, the nightclubs of San Lorenzo and Tiburtina, and neighborhood gelaterie like Neve di Latte and La Mucca Bianca. Ai Tre Scalini in Monti not to be confused with the restaurant of the same name on Piazza Navona is an informal, century-old neighborhood wine bar where locals rub shoulders comfortably with visitors. In the heart of Rome, just blocks from the Pantheon, recently opened La Ciambella serves exquisite food in a spare quiet room where you can reliably find a table. Chef Francesca Ciucci alchemizes local ingredients — fermented black garlic, chickpea flour, red Tropea onions — into dishes of exceptional subtlety. Save room for feather-light lemon meringue pie.
MUSCAT: World Heart Day is a global campaign during which individuals, families, communities and governments around the world participate in activities to take charge of their heart health and that of others. Created by the World Heart Federation, World Heart Day is celebrated on September 29 every year across the globe to create a universal awareness about cardiovascular diseases CVD including heart ailments and stroke which highlights the actions that individuals can take to prevent and control CVD. It aims to drive action to educate people that by controlling risk factors such as tobacco use, unhealthy diet and physical inactivity, at least 80 per cent of premature deaths from heart disease and stroke could be avoided. The programme consisted of an awareness dissemination by Dr T Partiban, Senior Cardiologist, Apollo Hospital Muscat and other senior officials of Apollo Hospitals including Medical Director, Dr Dilip Singhvi who shared valuable information pertaining to a healthy living which proved to be very informative for the audience.