It’s important to stay healthy all year round, but it’s especially vital during the winter months which also happen to be cold & flu season. The best way to keep bacteria and virus from multiplying and spreading is actually much easier than you think – all you have to do is practice good personal hygiene. Here we share the best 4 tips & tricks to keep you safe and healthy!
Following the arrest of Nigerian musicians, Popularly known as Omah Lay and colleague Tems by Uganda Police after filing them of breaking Covid19 protocols in the country.
The arrest of the two has spark a lots of reactions from Nigerians where they urge the Uganda Police to release the two.
According to reports both the Nigerian singer and others has been released from prison in Uganda Police on Wednesday 16th December, 2020.
A woman, wife has reportly beaten by her husband who she is married to for over 6 (six) years now. In the posts shared on Facebook, the reporters said the woman who is also a medical doctor living in Owerri with her husband, Pius Angbo who is a correspondent to ChannelsTV.
According to reports her husband beats her to stupor because she tells him to stop squandering money on other womenn. The husband beats her blue and black as reported while she recieves serious injuries from it.
In the post shared, it says the woman had a baby of 4weeks and she has 4 children for the man.
After the beating, she took to her phone to record how her husband Mr Pius Angbo of ChannelsTV beats her mercilessly because she told him not to spend money on women.
According to the wife, her husband has been beating her when she was also pregnant with their 4week old baby and even before he do strangle her, as she later delivered the baby through surgery
Read the post shared below:
This is Dr Ifeanyinwa Angbo. She’s a medical doctor in Owerri. Her husband is Mr Pius Angbo of ChannelsTV.
She says he just beat her black and blue for telling him not to spend money on women. She just had a baby 4weeks ago and he has beaten her up seriously injuring her on her incisions she had due to the Cesarean section she had a few weeks ago.
Her husband is Pius Angbo of Channels TV. She’s had to make a video crying for help.
Her face is red, bruised, bleeding and battered. Dear
you need to act on this.
She says they have been married for 6years and they now have 4children together.
Last child was born 4weeks ago.
She had a surgery to give birth to the baby. She says the husband sometimes beat her during the pregnancy and also strangled her.
This is the last beating she got.
More photos below.
Zubaida Hasan lived with her family in a small, remote village in Afghanistan. In 2001, when she was only nine years old, Zubaida was terribly burned in an accident.The intensity of the flames caused her skin to melt and fused together her lower face, neck and chest so that she could barely move her head. She had difficulty eating and had to sleep with her eyes open.Doctors at the local hospitals were sadly unequipped to help. Her parents were told to pray for her death. But Zubaida’s parents didn’t do that. Nor did they give up on finding someone who could help. At the time, the US military were in Afghanistan fighting the Taliban. So Zubaida’s father had an idea. He bravely approached a US military base and asked the soldiers and medical personnel to look at his daughter.The soldiers were incredibly moved when they met Zubaida and her family. It was clear she was suffering from a lot of pain. The base contacted a renowned plastic surgeon from Los Angeles, Dr. Peter Grossman, who specializes in burns. Although Dr. Grossman knew Zubaida’s case would be challenging, he agreed to treat her.Zubaida flew with her father to Los Angeles to meet with Dr. Grossman and his team at the Grossman Burn Center. They estimated her treatments would take some three years to complete as she needed to undergo many operations.Dr. Grossman and the surgical team reconstructed Zubaida’s face and neck using multiple skin grafts from her back. They were also able to restore movement to her arm, which had also been sealed to her chest by burned skin.A series of surgeries saw the little girl’s face transform. Zubaida was beginning to look like herself again. And her quality of life improved dramatically.During the long process of treating her, Dr. Grossman became very attached to Zubaida. When her father had to return to Afghanistan, Dr. Grossman and his wife took her into their home for the duration of her treatment. The Grossmans didn’t have any children of their own, so Zubaida’s presence brought humor and energy into their lives.Zubaida has a light-hearted, enthusiastic nature, and she’s a gifted dancer. She learned English at a remarkable pace and quickly made new friends. She celebrated her 11th birthday on the day of her 10th operation. Instead of the three years that were originally estimated, Zubaida’s treatment was nearly finished after one year. She and the Grossmans began preparing for her journey home.Goodbyes were difficult on all sides, but they knew she had to return home. Dr. Grossman flew with Zubaida to Afghanistan to see her reunited with her parents. The Hasans couldn’t believe their eyes when they saw their daughter again in person. They were overcome with joy.Dr. Grossman will never forget Zubaida and looks on her as more than a patient — rather as a foster daughter. “If I find out that you got married at 13,” he joked, “I’ll give you a kick up the backside.” Zubaida laughed. She and her family will be forever grateful for Dr. Grossman, their angel from America.What Dr. Grossman did for this young girl and her family is so beautiful. His generosity both in treating her and making her a part of his family isn’t something that one sees every day. Not all heroes serve on battlefields.
We all know that water is essential to our daily lives. It helps us to feel good, look good and helps our body to function properly. Research has shown that water helps to rid your body of toxins, keeps you healthy and keeps you looking young.
It is recommended that you start your day with a fresh glass of water each morning.
Today we will discuss the top ten health benefits of consuming warm water:
Drinking warm water on an empty stomach on a regular and consistent basis can help to regulate your bowel movements and relieve constipation. Warm water helps your digestive system to work properly. It helps to breakdown food and makes your bowel movements smooth and pain-free.
As we previously discussed, warm water helps your body’s digestive system. Warm water stimulates your digestive gland to begin working. It will help your body to break down the food in your stomach and relieves some of the work that your digestive system must do. In that, it uses less energy to breakdown the food.
Treats Nasal Congestion
Warm water can even help to treat nasal congestion. When you consume warm water, it breaks up the mucus in your nasal cavities and in your respiratory tract. Because this is not sitting in your nose, it lowers the chance that a virus or a bacteria will begin to grow in your nasal cavity.
Soothes Sore Throat
Sore throats are a common issue experienced by many people that suffer from a cold, flu or allergies. Yet, warm water can help soothe your sore throat and relieve any discomfort. The warm water will also help to breakdown the thick mucus and make it leave your respiratory tract.
Detoxifies Your Body
As we discussed earlier, warm water can help to clean your body of any harmful toxins. When you consume a few glasses of warm water, it raises your body temperature. As a result, your body begins to sweat in order to cool down. The toxins will leave your body through your sweat.
Sheds Excess Pounds
Many health and fitness professionals will recommend that you consume water on a regular basis to lose weight. However, consuming warm water instead of cold water will accelerate this process. The warm water will increase your body temperature and increase your metabolism.
Improves Blood Circulation
Water helps to improve the circulation of your blood, which helps to deliver oxygen and nutrients to your tissues and organs in your body more efficiently. Proper circulation is essential for your muscles and your nerves.
Alleviates Menstrual Cramps
Warm water can even help to prevent uncomfortable menstrual cramps. The water relaxes the muscles within your uterus and provides you with relief. The water will also keep your body from retaining water and relieve any uncomfortable bloating that you may experience. Along with this, you can also place a hot water bottle on the lower section of your abdomen for further relief.
Warm water can also help you sleep more peacefully and soundly. Since the warm water raises your body temperature, you feel more relaxed and sleepy. The warm water also fills your stomach so that you do not experience late-night food cravings. It will instead leave you feeling well-rested in the morning.
Slows Down Aging
Warm water is excellent for your skin, as it helps to flush out toxins from your body and leaves your skin looking healthy and young. The water also helps to repair and replenish the cells in your skin and improve your skin’s elasticity.
To improve the detoxification process, add the juice of one half of a lemon to your warm water prior to consuming it.