Wednesday, 15 August 2018

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Tuesday, 14 August 2018

Health and service :: This is why you feel bloated and diarrhoea when menstruating

This is why you feel bloated and diarrhoea when menstruating

hivisasa.com
Aug 12, 2018 11:50 AM
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A lot of women can relate to the uncomfortable experience of feeling bloated whenever they are menstruating and not very many know the cause or how to feel better. 
The fact is when a woman is menstruating or on her period, the hormone prostaglandins and progesterone can make the smooth muscle in their intestines become more or less. 
The bloated and gassy feeling is, to say the least, uncomfortable without the added pain of menstruation but quite a significant number of women pass it and not able to endure it. 
Some of the ways of relieving the uncomfortable feeling are to take an antacid or place a heating pad under the lower belly, this will reduce the pain. 
Some women on their period may experience more intense discomfort, you may consider getting prescription medications which may be an antacid or something potent from your doctor. 
If you are one of those women who find out that their period triggers bloody diarrhea or abdominal pain that is so much severe that you can't eat, then there is a possibility that you may have endometriosis.
This condition definitely requires that you see a doctor specialized in obstetrics and gynecology as soon as possible for a checkup. 
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Entertainment :: REVEALED: Australian Instagram model and Kardashian pal is identified as mystery blonde who was carried out of Kylie Jenner's 21st birthday party FACE DOWN on a stretcher

REVEALED: Australian Instagram model and Kardashian pal is identified as mystery blonde who was carried out of Kylie Jenner's 21st birthday party FACE DOWN on a stretcher

dailymail.co.uk
Aug 11, 2018 12:28 AM
A popular Instagram fitness model said to be a 'casual' friend of the Kardashian clan has been identified as the blonde who was rushed to the hospital after Kylie Jenner's birthday. 
Tammy Hembrow was unable to keep the party going while at the Thursday night festivities at the Delilah in West Hollywood. 
The bodacious Australian model was taken from the scene, face down, after paramedics arrived just before midnight, The Blast reports. 
Instagram fitness model Tammy Hembrow has been identified as the woman who was seen wheeled from Kylie Jenner's 21 birthday
Instagram fitness model Tammy Hembrow has been identified as the woman who was seen wheeled from Kylie Jenner's 21 birthday
Instagram fitness model Tammy Hembrow has been identified as the woman who was seen wheeled from Kylie Jenner's 21 birthday
Instagram fitness model Tammy Hembrow has been identified as the woman who was seen wheeled from Kylie Jenner's 21 birthday
The mother of two was rushed to hospital from the socialite's 21st birthday party with blackened feet and bruises on her face Thursday from the Delilah in West Hollywood
The mother of two was rushed to hospital from the socialite's 21st birthday party with blackened feet and bruises on her face Thursday from the Delilah in West Hollywood
Hembrow is said to be on friendly terms with the family, appearing in a Good American clothing ad with Khloe Kardashian just last year. 
She posted on her Instagram story on Friday, looking to have rebounded from her last night shenanigans. 
The Queensland mother-of-two has a fitness app called Tammy Fit where she shares tips on how to live a healthier life. 
She has more than 8.6million followers on Instagram.  
Hembrow is said to be on friendly terms with the family, appearing in a Good American clothing ad with Khloe Kardashian just last year
Hembrow is said to be on friendly terms with the family, appearing in a Good American clothing ad with Khloe Kardashian just last year
She posted on her Instagram story on Friday, looking to have rebounded from her last night shenanigans
She posted on her Instagram story on Friday, looking to have rebounded from her last night shenanigans
Hembrow was seen being wheeled out of West Hollywood restaurant and club Delilah strapped face down on a stretcher.
She was loaded into the back of an ambulance as Kylie's father Caitlyn Jennerand her partner Sophia Hutchinson looked on in horror.
Caitlyn looked extremely concerned in photos taken of the carnage on Thursday night, as Hutchinson spoke with security.
The party featured the entire Kardashian-Jenner clan going all out to celebrate the mega-rich reality TV star's coming of age.
Kylie splashed cash on a large ball pit, personalized party favors, a photo booth and even a family mural dedicated to the famous family and their friends.
Kylie had Delilah's outside walls covered in pink tinsel, while the ceilings were bedecked with glistening pink balls which later released pink confetti that showered down on dancing guests.
She was loaded into the back of an ambulance as Kylie's father Caitlyn Jenner and her partner Sophia Hutchinson looked on in horror
She was loaded into the back of an ambulance as Kylie's father Caitlyn Jenner and her partner Sophia Hutchinson looked on in horror
Hembrow was seen being wheeled out of the West Hollywood restaurant and club strapped face down on a stretcher
Hembrow was seen being wheeled out of the West Hollywood restaurant and club strapped face down on a stretcher
Hembrow was seen being wheeled out of the West Hollywood restaurant and club strapped face down on a stretcher
Hembrow was seen being wheeled out of the West Hollywood restaurant and club strapped face down on a stretcher
Caitlyn looked extremely concerned in photos taken of the carnage on Thursday night, as Hutchinson spoke with security
Caitlyn looked extremely concerned in photos taken of the carnage on Thursday night, as Hutchinson spoke with security
When partygoers weren't busting moves on the dance floor, they were able to lark around in a gigantic ball pit filled with pink balls and elaborate love heart balloons.
Kim and Khloe Kardashian shared clips of themselves jumping around in the pit, which was surrounded by mirrors to ensure the glamorous guests were able to fix themselves up after messing around in the pen. 
She also paid homage to her famous family by covering an entire bar wall with a mural dedicated to the tribe and their boyfriends, as well as her sisters' late father Robert Kardashian.
VIP guests including Nicki Minaj, Winnie Harlow, and Dave Chapelle all turned up to party with the birthday girl.
Kylie Jenner turned heads with a flattering magenta frock as she arrived at her party
Kylie Jenner turned heads with a flattering magenta frock as she arrived at her party
Unsurprisingly, the cosmetics maven's make-up was exquisite, and included a smokey eye, subtle blush and rose-tinted lipstick
Unsurprisingly, the cosmetics maven's make-up was exquisite, and included a smokey eye, subtle blush and rose-tinted lipstick
Having a ball(pit): When party-goers weren't busting moves on the dance floor, they were able to lark around in a gigantic ball pit that was filled with pink balls and elaborate love heart balloons
Having a ball(pit): When party-goers weren't busting moves on the dance floor, they were able to lark around in a gigantic ball pit that was filled with pink balls and elaborate love heart balloons
Pretty in pink: Kylie ensured her outfit matched the theme as she dazzled in a glistening, skintight playsuit and skyscraper stilettos
Pretty in pink: Kylie ensured her outfit matched the theme as she dazzled in a glistening, skintight playsuit and skyscraper stilettos
Pretty in pink: Kylie ensured her outfit matched the theme as she dazzled in a glistening, skintight playsuit and skyscraper stilettos
Pretty in pink: Kylie ensured her outfit matched the theme as she dazzled in a glistening, skintight playsuit and skyscraper stilettos
The mother-of-one and beauty mogul looked incredible as she debuted her platinum blonde locks while wearing a magenta dress which had a cut-out detail on the waist.
Having given birth to baby Stormi in February, no doubt she was enjoying a rare night out on the town with her famous family, who dressed in brights to celebrate her special night.
Shoulder pads added a retro vibe to her look, while the asymmetrical hem showed off her perfectly sculpted legs.
Delicate magenta ballet-inspired stilettos added a few inches to her 5ft6in frame. Her blonde tresses were parted on the left and surgically combed back and down into a long ponytail.
Her second outfit of the night was a pink sequin strapless unitard which clung to her figure and she wore her locks tied up in a sleek ponytail.
Kylie's birthday cake saw a drunken Barbie version of her on top of the cake, wearing the exact same outfit
Kylie's birthday cake saw a drunken Barbie version of her on top of the cake, wearing the exact same outfit

News :: Nigerian Men Should Impregnate Us Else We Will Hit The Street To Demostrate ~ Nigerian Military Women

Some group of military women reported to be Nigerian have hinted to hit the street soon if men do not approach them for marriage proposals.

According to the information picked by NAIJweb.ng, these female soldiers are in dire need of men who they can also call their husbands.
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The most intriguing aspect of all is that, these women want to have babies of their own after making so much money now.
Sadly, the Nigerian men are scared to approach them for marriage leaving them frustrated and devastated.
The information didn’t stated the date and time for their intended protest.

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Bollywood news :: Paris Jackson returned on stage a day after surgery for Abscess

L os Angeles, Aug 13 : Actress-model Paris Jackson underwent surgery to remove an abscess - and despite the pain, she was onstage the next day to perform with her new band, The Soundflowers.
"So long story short, I had surgery yesterday," the 20-year-old daughter of Michael Jackson said on Saturday, in a video posted on her band's Instagram story, reports people.com.
Continuing, she said that she had "an abscess that was almost the size of a golf ball."
She told her followers that if an abscess pops, "you can go septic and die."
"But I didn't die," she assured the group's followers. "They operated immediately."
An abscess is a "pocket of pus" that can occur "almost anywhere" in the body, according to the US National Library of Medicine.
Jackson went on to share that while doctors told her she probably should have been under anaesthesia for the procedure, she declined and "was awake for all of it."

Entertainment news :: Cardi B gushes over daughter

Cardi B is overcome with "strength and emotion" when her daughter stares into her eyes.
The 'Bodak Yellow' hitmaker gave birth to her baby girl Kulture, whom she has with her husband Offset, four weeks ago and she has admitted she can't help but fall even more in love with her every day they spend together.
Taking to her Instagram Stories, the 25-year-old rapper said: "When my babygirl locks eyes with me the strength and emotions i get it's unexplainable. I love this baby so much and i know she loves me too . Soo deep in love I can't find the words (sic)."
The brunette beauty's gushy post came just hours before she was forced to fly to Los Angeles - leaving her baby in Atlanta, Georgia - for a quick business trip.
She said: "Quick business trip. Then off to my baby. Was in LA for 10 hours .Business is good. On my way to see my wittle wittle baby (sic)."
Although the tiny tot melts her mother's heart, Kulture already has a bit of an attitude on her as she's started sticking her middle finger up at everyone all the time.
Cardi explained: "Minutes after my daughter was born she was sticking out her middle finger and she stay doing it now all the time She Soo disrespectful wonder where she got it from ? (sic)"
This isn't the first time Cardi has commented on her little girl's attitude as she recently admitted that she can be quite "spicy" at times - especially when she's hungry.
Taking to her Instagram account, the 'Be Careful' hitmaker uploaded a meme of a woman glaring at the camera and wrote: "My daughter when I take too long to get her food."
She added: "My child's been very very spicy today. It's cool though I can handle it."
This article originally ran on celebretainment.com .

Nollywood news :: Nadia Buari is a Keke Driver in these New Photos

Nadia Buari says she is a keke driver.

Nadia Buari
Popular Ghanaian actress, Nadia BUari, has decided to show some fun pictures of herself to her fans on Instagram. Yesterday, the actress posted some pictures of herself riding a tricycle (Keke NAPEP).
Though it is unclear whether she actually rode the keke or she just posed for a picture in it, the actress shared the picture with the caption;
Morning buttercakes…today..I am ur “keke” driver. Where do ya’ll wana go?” was the caption attached to the three photos.
See pictures below;
Nadia is a Nollywood/Ghollywood actress who was born in Ghana to a Ghanaian mother and a Lebanese father.

Omaku Josephine Ananeyi is a Journalist with keen interest in social reformation, a spontaneous writer, an impulsive reader, and a talker. She currently writes for Ghafla Nigeria.

Hollywood news. :: Nicki Minaj - Queen Album Download (Zip File)

PDB Album : Nicki Minaj - Queen Album Download (Zip File)

After suffering a setback earlier this Summer, Nicki Minaj was supposed to be dropping off her Queen album tonight, but after running by some sample clearance issues last week, the album was pushed back till next Friday, August 17th instead or so we thought anyways. On Thursday night, Nicki debuted the first episode of her #Queen radio show on Beats 1, and while doing so she made a major announcement in the process. It turns out Nicki’s Queen album isn’t dropping next Friday as we thought but it’s dropping later today!
Nicki said she’s jumping back on Beats 1 Friday morning at 11 EST and will be premiering the album live on air & breaking down the tracks on-by-one, before it goes live at 12 noon EST. She said she wanted to premiere the album tonight on her show, but ran into some corporate drama that stalled that idea.
“So you guys, I’ll be back at 8 a.m. (PST) and I’ll play the album by 9 a.m. before the album is released noon Eastern,” Nicki said on her show. “I was gonna play the album right now but someone fucked up,” Nicki said after confirming the new date and time for her album release. “It’s a lot of corporate drama in here.”
Right after the show was done being aired, Beats 1 confirmed the news on Twitter that Nicki would be back in the radio station to play and break down her album.
In addition to all that, we’ve also got a tentative tracklist that’s surfaced via HHNM. It’s not confirmed but it looks pretty legit with the likes of Eminem, Lil Wayne, The Weeknd, Future & more being featured.

Check out the tracklist and announcements (below). Be sure to tune into #Queen radio on Beats 1 come Friday morning at 8 AM PST.
Tracklist:
1. “Ganja Burns”
2. “Majesty” (Feat. Eminem & Labrinth
3. “Barbie Dreams”
4. “Rich S3x” (Feat. Lil Wayne)
5. “Hard White”
6. “Bed” (Feat. Ariana Grande)
7. “Thought I Knew You” (Feat. The Weeknd)
8. “Run & Hide”
9. “Chun Swae” (Feat. Swae Lee)
10. “Chun-Li”
11. “LLC”
12. “Good Form”
13. “Nip Tuck”
14. “2 Lit 2 Late Interlude”
15. “Come See About Me”
16. “Sir” (Feat. Future)
17. “Miami”
18. “Coco Chanel” (Feat. Foxy Brown)
19. “Inspirations Outro”

Health and service :: HANNAH SUTTER: The Big Fat Lies about Britain's obesity epidemic

HANNAH SUTTER: The Big Fat Lies about Britain's obesity epidemic

dailymail.co.uk
Aug 12, 2018 12:57 AM
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Muffin tops: But eating less and exercising more may have no impact on people putting on weight
We are all getting fatter. We know this because the Government tells us all the time, in every report, health warning and advertising campaign it issues.
For the past 30 years we've been told to eat less and exercise more, to cut back on calories and on saturated fat and, on the whole, we're doing it.
Our calorific intake between the years 1974 and 2004 decreased by 20 per cent. We are eating about 20 per cent more fruit and vegetables than in the Seventies.
We are doing approximately 25 per cent more exercise than we were in 1997.
But are our waist lines shrinking? No. In fact, a quick glance around most High Streets would suggest the opposite is happening - with even young girls displaying 'muffin tops'.
This 'spare tyre' of abdominal fat is an accurate indicator of future health problems, such as Type 2 diabetes.
So what is really behind this obesity epidemic? I'll tell you.
We're following Government advice on how and what to eat, but that advice is so wrong it is actually making us fatter.
The endless message of 'eat less, do more' has never been proven using proper clinical trials.
And we've only started to get really fat since governments started promoting the current low-fat health messages, back in the early Nineties.
I'm a lawyer by training and I became convinced that the rise in obesity must be partly due to bad guidance. So I set out to look at the research studies on which government advice is based.
What I found has shocked me.
The Government's Food Standards Agency (FSA), among others, is pumping out a template of a balanced diet that is based on flawed science that I believe is responsible for thousands of people developing health problems.
The co-defendant in the dock with the Government is starch.
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Although exercise is a good tool for weight maintenance and general health, Hannah Sutter says there is little evidence it will help you lose weight
While we've all been brainwashed into thinking that fat is the killer we must avoid and food manufacturers bring out more and more profitable 'low-fat' versions of foods, starch - in the shape of pasta, bread, cereals, potatoes and rice - has been quietly adding on the pounds, while we are being told that it's good for us.
The problem, I believe, is threefold.
First, we are being given dietary advice that is completely out of keeping with our current lifestyles.
In a world where we sit at computers instead of toiling in the fields, we simply don't need the sort of high-energy, starchy foods we are told to eat, and certainly not in the proportions we are advised.
The central issue is that starch is converted to glucose very quickly, which then triggers the release of the hormone insulin.
Insulin triggers the storage of excess glucose into fat, which is stored mainly around our middles.
If you constantly produce too much insulin, your body goes into a permanent fat-storage mode. This means people who are overweight get into a cycle of weight gain.
The starchy foods that we are encouraged to eat at almost every meal - such as rice, bread or pasta - also contain very few of the essential nutrients we need for a healthy, balanced diet.
Because they're nutrient poor, manufacturers have to enrich them with added vitamins and minerals.
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High-energy: But starchy foods including pasta, bread and rice may not be necessary for our office-based lives
The second problem is that the Government vendetta against fats, because of their apparent link to heart disease, is based on highly debatable studies.
And third, although exercise is undoubtedly good for us all, there is growing evidence that shows sweating away in the gym won't actually make you any slimmer.
And to add insult to injury, it's hard to get any research money to counter these arguments, because most research is funded by the very food conglomerates that stand to benefit most from these lies.
So, the first big fat lie we are fed is that we should eat less.
The FSA itself says we should not eat as much, and eat fewer calories.
But while calorie-counting tells us how much energy there is in food, it doesn't distinguish between the effect those foods will have on our insulin response - which dictates how much fat we store in the body.
The FSA tells us that we should base our meals on starchy foods, and this message is repeated by the NHS and British Diabetic Association.
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Weighing things up: Hannah Sutter is calling for a wholesale review of the way we eat that avoids the vested interests of food manufacturers
The FSA says: 'Starchy foods such as bread, cereals, rice, pasta and potatoes, are a really important part of a healthy diet. Starchy foods should make up about a third of the food we eat.
'They are a good source of energy and the main source of a range of nutrients in our diet.
'Most of us should eat more starchy foods - try to include at least one starchy food with each of your main meals.
'Some people think starchy foods are fattening, but gram for gram they contain less than half the calories of fat.'
But does starch or starchy food give us a significant amount of those important nutrients, which are defined as essential? No, it does not.
Starch does not contain any significant amounts of amino-acids or fatty-acids, which are an important part of a healthy diet. And most starches, in their natural state, are low in vitamins and minerals.
So the food manufacturer (not nature) adds vitamins and minerals to the food concerned.
In fact, what the Government is actually doing with 'fortification' - that's adding vitamins - is giving the general population vitamin and mineral tablets in a different form.
The Government also states that starch is 'a good source of energy'. Starch is not just a good source, it's a very efficient source of energy.
Unlike protein, which turns to energy slowly and requires energy to break it down, starch turns to energy quickly and efficiently.
This is fantastic if you intend to run a marathon, but how many of us are doing that?
By the Government's own logic, the obesity problem is to do with an imbalance between the amount of energy that we consume and the amount of energy we expend.
It is quite illogical to want to encourage a nation that is already getting fatter due to excess energy intake to eat more starch.
Remember, the Government confirms its belief in calorie-counting: 'Some people think starchy foods are fattening, but gram for gram they contain less than half the calories of fat.'
But recent studies have shown that there are serious issues with the measurement of calories as a means of weight loss.
In fact, a higher-calorie diet that is low in starch has been shown to improve weight loss, mainly because of the impact of insulin on fat storage.
Most experts agree it's the hormone insulin which makes the body store fat. Over time, people can start to overproduce insulin, which can lead to insulin resistance and eventually Type 2 diabetes.
The foods that trigger insulin are primarily starch and sugar.
People who over-produce insulin are more than likely to gain fat, particularly around the tummy - hence the rise of the 'muffin top' in the past ten years.
Surely it must follow that overeating starch is, in part, causing the obesity crisis?
Another big fat lie we are fed is that we should eat less fat.
Low-fat yoghurts, skimmed milk and cheese, virtually fat-free desserts - the supermarket shelves are full of these 'healthy' low-fat alternatives (although many are actually high in sugar) as we all absorb the Government's message to cut back on saturated fat.
The simple message is: saturated fats are high in calories and are making us fat. Saturated fats cause heart disease.
And most people believe that the fear of saturated fat is based on robust science - why else would the Government be putting out this advice?
Let's look at the scientific evidence.
When studies have been done with high saturated fat levels combined with low levels of starch and sugar, the subjects not only lost weight faster than the low-calorie, low-fat option but - perhaps more interestingly - the cholesterol profile of the subjects on the high-fat diet was better.
Which leads us to question the link between saturated fats and heart disease.
Since the Fifties, there has been an unrelenting wave of studies trying to prove this connection.
By the Eighties, we had a consensus of opinion that the connection between saturated fats and heart disease was sufficiently compelling to start issuing dietary guidelines.
At this stage, there had not been any major clinical trials clearly pointing the finger at saturated fat. However, in 1984, the Lipid Research Clinics Study was published.
This was a study looking at cholesterol-lowering drugs and the incidence of heart attacks.
While it showed some benefits from cholesterol-lowering drugs, the assumption made by the researchers was that if you eat a diet low in cholesterol, that would have the same effect as taking cholesterol-lowering drugs.
This conclusion prompted various agencies in the U.S. to start a campaign to lower the amount of saturated fats in our diet.
At no time did this study look at the effect of saturated fats on heart attacks or heart disease.
So, on the basis of a study looking at drugs lowering cholesterol, we ended up with a message to eat less saturated fat.
This plea for sanity over the advice on fats is not a lone cry.
Several very influential experts such as Dr Laura Corr, consultant cardiologist at Guys and St Thomas' Hospital in London, and Dr Michael Oliver, from the National Heart and Lung Institute, have asked those in power to stop propagating an unproven message.
Where does the FSA find such certainty among the pile of published science which is not conclusive in its findings?
In fact, there are some statistics showing quite the contrary, especially when mixed with a low- starch and low-sugar diet.
One report looked at 27 individual studies into the link between fats and heart disease and no link could be found.
The largest study on lifestyle factors and heart disease was published in The Lancet medical journal in 2004 and it did not list saturated fat as a factor.
We really need more clinical studies looking at saturated fat in our diet with and without the effect of starch and sugar.
But, unfortunately, the world of health is now so obsessed with the fear of saturated fats it won't even let us carry out trials.
Back in 2004, I asked a well-known research body in the UK to carry out a clinical trial into saturated fats combined with a high and a low-starch diet.
But I was turned away with the explanation they would not get ethical approval and they claimed no one wanted to know more about saturated fats anyway.
And the other lie we are fed: exercise more.
There is no doubt that exercise is an excellent tool for weight maintenance and is fantastic for our general health.
But what is really misleading is the idea that exercise will significantly help you to lose weight.
I attended the European Obesity Conference in 2006, at which Sir Neville Rigby, the former director of policy on the International Obesity Taskforce, referred to several major European studies showing categorically that exercise had no significant impact on the weight of the participants.
Since the conference, one of the studies that has added fuel to the doubters' fire is the Early Bird Study in Plymouth.
This lost its Government financial backing because it showed that exercise made no difference to the weight or weight loss of children. 
In a significant study carried out by the World Health Organisation into the obesity problem in the U.S., it was concluded that exercise is not a factor of any influence.
The UK Government has suggested that to stop further weight-gain and help reduce weight, people need to do about 60 to 90 minutes of light exercise a day.
The average person with children and a job will, realistically, struggle to fit in this amount of exercise every day or even every week.
A little bit here and there is not enough to make any real difference to weight loss, especially if you are on a starch-rich diet.
So the Government's advice to eat a starch-rich, low-fat diet and to exercise more is based on inconclusive science, while the evidence we see all around us is that we are getting fatter following this advice.
It's time for a wholesale review of the way in which we eat, and one that doesn't rely on the vested interests of cereal and food manufacturers to provide the funding for proper clinical trials.