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Many Nigerians disagreed when Vice President Yemi Osinbajo said that the Federal government in the last 10 years have not constructed a single road in the last 10 years. His spokesperson, Laolu Akande, has asked Nigerians to name road projects compl...
A 25-year-old pregnant woman identified as Li was killed by her husband on Thursday, February 25, in Zhoukou city, Henan Province. On that fateful day, Li's husband brutally beat her then slit her throat with a knife.According to Dahe News, the couple had been married three years ago but it wasn’t a happy relationship. The victim was often subjected to brutal beating by her husband and in one case it was so severe that doctors suggested an abortion. The suspect has been taken into criminal detention, according to local police.The tragic incident of abuse is not isolated as it highlights the severity of domestic violence that is prevalent across China. A 2015 survey by the All China Women's Federation, shows that 30% of the 270 million families were affected by family violence. The survey revealed that 16% of women were beaten by their partners and 14.4% of the surveyed male population admitted to beating their wives. In China, 25% of the 400,000 divorces are attributed to domestic abuses. China enacted its first domestic violence law last year to address the growing rate of domestic violence. The law will finally come into effect on March 1, 2016
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MBGN 2013/Beauty queen, Anna Ebiere Banner, shared this adorable photo of her makeup free face kissing her daughter with music superstar Flavour.
The Kano Emirate council has released a statement on 14 year old (or 17yr old) Ese Oruru who was taken from her parents in Bayelsa state by one Yinusa, to Kano where he married her, converted her to a Muslim and then changed her name to Aisha Chuwas...
This is a sponsored post. Read below...Infertility refers to an inability to conceive after having regular unprotected sex. Infertility can also refer to the biological inability of an individual to contribute to conception, or to a female who cannot carry a pregnancy to full term. In many countries infertility refers to a couple that has failed to conceive after 12 months of regular sexual intercourse without the use of contraception.Studies indicate that slightly over half of all cases of infertility are a result of female conditions, while the rest are caused by either sperm disorders or unidentified factors.According to The Mayo Clinic:About 20% of cases of infertility are due to a problem in the man. About 40% to 50% of cases of infertility are due to a problem in the woman. About 30% to 40% of cases of infertility are due to problems in both the man and the woman. According to the Department of Health and Human Services, USA, approximately 10% to 15% of couples are infertile - meaning they have not conceived after at least one year of regular, unprotected sex. Many cases of apparent infertility are treatable. Infertility may have a single cause in one of the partners, or it could be the result of a combination of factors. For details visit www.enjoyqualityhealth.com Risk Factors of Infertility In medicine, a risk factor is something that raises the risk of developing a condition, disease or symptom. For example, obese people are more likely to develop diabetes type 2 compared to people of normal weight; therefore, obesity is a risk factor for diabetes type 2. AgeSmokingAlcohol consumptionBeing obese or overweightEating disorders - women who become seriously underweight as a result of an eating disorder may have fertility problems. Being vegan - if you are a strict vegan you must make sure your intake of iron, folic acid, zinc and vitamin B-12 are adequate, otherwise your fertility may become affected. Over-exercising- a woman who exercises for more than seven hours each week may have ovulation problems. Not exercising - leading a sedentary lifestyle is sometimes linked to lower fertility in both men and women. Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) - chlamydia can damage the fallopian tubes, as well as making the man's scrotum become inflamed. Some other STIs may also cause infertility. Exposure to some chemicals - some pesticides, herbicides, metals (lead) and solvents have been linked to fertility problems in both men and women. Mental stress - studies indicate that female ovulation and sperm production may be affected by mental stress. If at least one partner is stressed it is possible that the frequency of sexual intercourse is less, resulting in a lower chance of conception. Causes of infertility in womenOvulation disordersProblems with ovulation are the most common cause of infertility in women, experts say. Ovulation is the monthly release of an egg. In some cases, the woman never releases eggs, while in others the woman does not release eggs during come cycles. Ovulation disorders can be due to: Premature ovarian failure. PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome) HyperprolactinemiaPoor egg qualityOveractive thyroid glandUnderactive thyroid glandSome chronic conditions, such as AIDS or cancer. Problems in the uterus or fallopian tubeswww.enjoyqualityhealth.comThe egg travels from the ovary to the uterus (womb) where the fertilized egg grows. If there is something wrong in the uterus or the fallopian tubes the woman may not be able to conceive naturally. This may be due to: SurgerySubmucosal EndometriosisPrevious sterilization treatmentMedications: Some drugs can affect the fertility of a woman. These include: NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) - women who take aspirin or ibuprofen long-term may find it harder to conceive. Chemotherapy - some medications used in chemotherapy can result in ovarian failure. In some cases, this side effect of chemotherapy may be permanent. RadiotherapyIf radiation therapy was aimed near the woman’s reproductive organs there is a higher risk of fertility problems. Illegal drugsSome women who take marijuana or cocaine may have fertility problems. Causes of infertility in menAbnormal semen is responsible for about 75% of all cases of male infertility. Unfortunately, in many cases doctors never find out why. The following semen problems are possible: Low sperm count (low concentration) - the man ejaculates a lower number of sperm, compared to other men. Sperm concentration should be 20 million sperm per milliliter of semen. If the count is under 10 million there is a low sperm concentration (subfertility). No sperm- when the man ejaculates there is no sperm in the semen. Low sperm mobility (motility) - the sperm cannot "swim" as well as it should. Abnormal sperm, Testicular infection, Testicular cancer, Testicular surgeryOverheating the testicles, Ejaculation disordersVaricocele- this is a varicose vein in the scrotum that may cause the sperm to overheat. Undescended testicleHypogonadism- testosterone deficiency can result in a disorder of the testicles. Genetic abnormality - a man should have an X and Y chromosome. If he has two X chromosomes and one Y chromosome (Klinefelter's syndrome) there will be an abnormal development of the testicles, low testosterone, and a low sperm count (sometimes no sperm at all). Mumps- this viral infection usually affects young children. However, if it occurs after pubertyinflammation of the testicles may affect sperm production. Hypospadias- the urethral opening is at the underside of the penis, instead of its tip. This abnormality is usually surgically corrected when the male is a baby. If it is not the sperm may find it harder to get to the female's cervix. Hypospadias occur in about 1 in every 500 newborn boys. Cystic fibrosisRadiotherapy- radiation therapy can impair sperm production. The severity usually depends on how near to the testicles the radiation was aimed. Some diseases - the following diseases and conditions are sometimes linked to lower fertility in males: Anemia, Cushing's syndrome, Diabetes, Thyroid disease.MedicationsIllegal drugs - consumption of marijuana and cocaine can lower a man's sperm count. www.enjoyqualityhealth.comWAY OUT NATURALLY!!! Did you know that fertility drugs have severe side effects and can be toxic to your body and your baby?The great news is that dietary and lifestyle changes can make a tremendous difference in fertility, and often help with other issues Listed below. Click on www.enjoyqualityhealth.comto have access to this amazing Solution to your infertilityAre you experiencing or having any of the following problems?Miscarriage, High Prolactin, Hormonal Imbalances, Low Sexual Drive, Irregular Menstrual Cycles, Delayed Periods, Endometriosis, Ovarian Cyst, Abnormal periods. Bleeding is heavier or lighter than usual,Irregular periods, No periods. Painful periods. Back pain, pelvic pain, and cramping may happen.Skin changes, including more acne, Weight gain.Other symptoms include:Milky white discharge from nipples unrelated to breastfeeding and Pain during sexFor menPain, lump, or swelling in the testiclesProblems with erections and ejaculationSmall, firm testiclesThen visit this link for tips to follow and fertile in just few weeks: www.enjoyqualityhealth.com
Kevin Hart is a box office/comedy king so the hate is expected from his colleagues who have been there longer and not as relevant. Comedian Katt Williams read Kevin Hart for filth at a show in Atlanta...kinda saying Kevin is successful because he compromised. Yeah, right Katt!In video that surfaced on SnapChat Katt says, “I’ve already proven that if the best they got in comedy is Kevin Hart then...[No] don’t boo a black man working hard, baby. Even if that n****’s a puppet, it’s not his fault. We don’t get mad. Just because I’m better than some black dudes doesn’t mean I’m better than no black dudes. I’m saying if you want to be mad at Kermit The Frog, don’t be mad at Kermit The Frog. Be mad at Jim Henson. Don’t say, ‘F*ck Donald Duck” when you really mean, ‘F*ck Walt Disney.’“I don’t care nothing that happens to Kevin [Hart], I just wish him the best. I just know that that’s somebody’s hand stuck up that baby, you understand. Oh, we’re a puppet show, boo boo. Please believe it. You’re looking at the only n**** that ain’t.”“So, since I’ve already officially proven to myself that I really am who Richard Pryor passed his torch to, and that I was able to do it without letting a man s**k my d**k, or s**king a man’s d**k. I walked in with a virgin a**h**e, I walked out with a virgin a**h**e. I got the same soul today that I had when I did Pimp Chronicles all the way to the end of Pimp Chronicles.”Watch the video below...
A presidential welcome parade was given to President Buhari as he arrived Nigeria from Qatar yesterday February 29th. Check out the Scottish like pipers that came to welcome him at the airport. See more photos after the cut..