Monday, 20 October 2014

Drink beer, not coffee, if you want to father children

The study also showed that men who drink around a pint and a half of beer a night could improve their fertility
The study also showed that men who drink around a pint and a half of beer a night could improve their fertility
Drinking too much coffee can radically reduce a man's ability to father children, a study has found.
Men who drank two or more cups of strong coffee a day had just a one in five chance of becoming fathers through IVF. However, for those who drank less than a cup, the chance of having a child more than doubled to nearly 52pc.

Josie says she will sell her BREAST MILK to make money

Josie Cunningham said she will sell her breast milk to new mothers and men with 'milk fetishes' 

NHS boob-job scrounger Josie Cunningham says she will sell her BREAST MILK to make money... after describing breast feeding as 'borderline incest'

  • Josie Cunningham plans to sell breast milk for £2 an ounce to new mothers 
  • The 24-year-old mother-of-three gave birth to daughter, Grace, last month  
  • Described breastfeeding as 'vile' and 'borderline incest' on Twitter 
  • Revealed plans to sell milk to mothers and 'men with milk fetishes' 
  • Would-be model sparked fury after £4,800 breast enlargement on the NHS

UCH raises the alarm over Lassa fever in Ibadan

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The University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan has expressed concern over rising cases of Lassa fever in the Oyo State capi­tal and its environs.

The coordinator of the teaching hospital’s Response Team for Outbreak of Diseas­es and Emergency, Olusegun Fasina, raised the alarm in an interview with an online me­dia outfit, Witness Nigeria, at the weekend.
According to him, the num­ber of patients diagnosed with Lassa fever had increased steadily in the last two months.

Why we prefer a foreign coach – Pinnick

pinnickThe Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) President, Amaju Pinnick has explained why his Board  prefers a foreign coach to replace the last indigenous coach, Stephen Keshi who was relieved of his assignment last week by the federation.
Pinnick while speaking on a radio programme in Abuja said the steady downward slide of football in the country has necessitated the decision which he insisted was to rescue the beautiful game from total collapse.

Furore over Mimiko’s defection deepens in Ondo

AKURE—The furore generated by the defection of Governor Olusegun Mimiko of Ondo State to the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, deepened, weekend, following irreconcilable differences in the composition of the state executives of the party.
Ondo State Governor, Olusegun Mimiko
Ondo State Governor, Olusegun Mimiko
Some leaders of the party in the state led by the state Chairman, Ebenezer Alabi, insisted that the agreement reached with the governor by their national leaders, without their input on sharing of party positions was unfair and unacceptable to them.

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