Nabi and Rashid bowled really well, he said. The ball reversed in the end, but Najib did it for us.” Earlier, Bangladesh could only pass the 200-run mark owing to an unbeaten 45 runs of Mosaddek, who shared 43 runs with Rubel Hossain in the last wicket pair. Put into bat first, Bangladesh, who were looking for their 100th ODI win and to wrap-up the series after winning Sunday’s first match by a narrow seven runs, made a cautious start with the opening pair fetching 45 runs. Mirwais Ashraf, who claimed 2-23, removed both the openers Tamim Iqbal (20) and Soumya Sarkar (20) before Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmudullah Riyad revived the innings, adding 61 runs for the third wicket. Afghan spinners took control of the proceedings once Naveen-ul-Haq bowled Mahmudullah for 25. Rahim, who scored 38, soon followed Mahmudullah attempting his favourite slow-sweep as Naveen-ul Haq took the catch at deep square leg off leg-spinner Shah. Nabi trapped Shakib Al Hasan leg-before for 17 before Rashid worked out the lower order. Bangladesh captain Mortaza lamented their poor batting. http://hannahhamiltonfun.firehousepub.net/2016/09/21/non-surgical-treatmenta-ruptured-tendon-can-be-treated-non-operatively-with-plaster-of-paris-and-then-functional-bracing-or-with-surgery/(Our) batting wasn’t up to the mark.
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LOS ANGELES — A case of leprosy, extremely rare in the United States, has been diagnosed in a Southern California elementary school student, sending health officials scrambling to reassure parents and the public that the disease is hard to transmit and easy to treat. Two children from Indian Hills Elementary School in Jurupa Valley had initially been diagnosed by a local doctor with the condition known medically as Hansen’s disease, Riverside County health officials said Thursday. But this week they received results from the National Hansen’s Disease Laboratory Research Program in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and they showed that only one of the children had tested positive. Emails were sent to parents at the elementary school, where classrooms had been sanitized since the initial diagnosis, emphasizing how hard it is to contract leprosy and that there is no danger to the child’s classmates. “It is incredibly difficult to contract leprosy,” said Dr. Cameron Kaiser, Riverside County’s public health officer. “The school was safe before this case arose and it still is.” The U.S. sees only about 150 leprosy cases occur each year, and over 95 percent of the population is naturally immune to it. foot pain 3 weeks after fallDespite its reputation as an incredibly infectious plague that makes sufferers shed body parts, the disease can only be passed through prolonged contact, and is fairly easily treated with antibiotics. It is not spread through short-term contact like handshakes or even sexual intercourse. Those most at risk are family members who are in constant contact with an untreated person, and is usually contracted by people who have traveled to places like India, Brazil and Angola where it’s more common.
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