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Monday, June 07, 2021

Duke and Duchess Of Sussex Welcome second child, a girl

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Meghan and Harry have welcomed their second child - a girl. "Lili" was born at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital on Friday, June 4, 2021.  

A statement confirming the happy news was released on Sunday:

"It is with great joy that Prince Harry and Meghan, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, welcome their daughter, Lilibet 'Lili' Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, to the world. Lili was born on Friday, June 4 at 11:40 a.m. in the trusted care of the doctors and staff at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital in Santa Barbara, CA," 

Lili is named after her great-grandmother, Her Majesty The Queen. Her family nickname is Lilibet. The little girl's middle name of Diana is in honor of her late grandmother, the Princess of Wales.

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Friday, June 04, 2021

Rihanna becomes Vogue Italia's #theDIYissue cover star

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33-year-old fashion mogul Rihanna has been unveiled as Vogue's Italia June cover star. The edition which will be out on June 4th, 2021 was tagged Rihanna By Rihanna!

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Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Beyoncé Stuns in new photos

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Queen Bey shared some photos on social media.

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Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Beyoncé and Jay-Z mark 13th Wedding Anniversary at Cipriani

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Beyonce and Jay-Z celebrated their 13th wedding anniversary in Las Vegas on April 4.  The couple have been for 13 years.  They got married on April 4, 2008 in a secret ceremony in New York City.

The power couple left their 3 kids at home while they went on their special date and a romantic dinner at Cipriani.  Queen B posted some pictures on social media documenting her outfits for the occasion.

Happy anniversary to them.  Beautiful outfit.

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Tuesday, April 06, 2021

Woman finds her long-lost daughter on her son's wedding day

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A China woman attending her son's wedding was left in tears after she identified the bride as her long-lost daughter. She noticed that a birthmark on her new daughter-in-law's hand was similar to the one on her lost daughter's hand over 20 years ago.

After spotting the birthmark, the mother-in-law approached the bride's parents and asked if she had been adopted.  The bride's family though baffled by the question, revealed that they had found a baby girl by the roadside several years ago whom they brought up as their own daughter.

On hearing the story, the bride burst into tears. She wanted to know more about her biological parents. She described the moment of meeting her biological mother as "happier than the wedding day itself".

The bride was later concerned about marrying her elder brother. The mother-in-law however revealed that the groom was also adopted after she lost all hopes of finding her missing daughter.

Hence, there would be no problem in their marriage as they were not biological siblings.  The bride was relieved to know this and the couple completed their wedding rituals.

The wedding guests gave the family their best wishes on the doubly joyous day.


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Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Lifestyle Program improves Fertility in Women - New Study

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A new study by University of Sherbrook, Canada has established that  lifestyle changes through Fit-For-Fertility (FFF) programme can improve fertility in women with obesity.

The programme provides an alternative to the usual standard of care for women seeking fertility treatments.

Lead researcher, Matea Belan states that “Our study shows that the FFF programme can significantly improve the pregnancy rate, especially the spontaneous pregnancy rate when no fertility treatments are required, as well as the live-birth rate,”

The study was presented virtually at ENDO 2021. 130 women were recruited to receive treatment at a fertility clinic and were randomly divided into two groups.  The first group had access to the Fit-For-Fertility programme alone for the first six months of their participation, and in combination with fertility treatments if no pregnancy occurred after six months.

In the second group, the control group, women had access to the fertility treatments from the outset but did not take part in the FFF programme.

Of the 108 women who completed at least six months of the study, or became pregnant during the first six months, the FFF programme generated a difference of 14.2 per cent points in the live-birth rate (51 per cent for the FFF group and 36.8 per cent for the control group).

The spontaneous pregnancy rate (pregnancy without any fertility treatments) was 33.3 per cent in the treatment group, compared with 12.3 per cent in the control group. (IANS)


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Thursday, October 08, 2020

Why egg should form part of our dietary menu

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The Poultry Association of Nigeria has called on Nigerians, government, and other relevant agencies to promote egg consumption daily to ensure a healthy living.

National President of the association, Mr. Ezekiel Mam, made the call in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Thursday in Abuja to commemorate World Egg Day.

Mam, who identified egg as the most important natural gift from God to creation, added that most animals and human beings were product of egg.

He identified egg as containing all the basic requirements the body needs, describing egg consumption as a deliberate contribution to the wellbeing of the populace.

“Consumption of an egg daily will increase your Intelligent Quotient, will increase your longevity, and your health will greatly improve, hence the association is advocating  consumption of an egg daily.

“We are using this period to encourage people that egg should form part of their dietary menu every day because it is important for their well-being.

“Egg is one of nature’s highest quality sources of protein and indeed contains many of the key ingredients for life.

“The proteins contained within eggs are highly important in the development of the brain and muscles, have a key role to play in disease prevention and contribute to general wellbeing.

“In some countries, it is lawful to give an egg per child daily from six months to 18 years,” the President said.

Mam said that the day is aimed at boosting egg consumption and is an opportunity to help raise awareness of the benefits of egg.

According to NAN the World Egg Day is commemorated annually on second Friday of October and the theme for 2020 is ‘Eat your egg today and everyday.’

Punch NG

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