Saturday, 4 August 2018

Wanting to be pregnant? All you need

Health, Life, and Conception


Childbearing is an interesting part of life for most people. However, a few facts are still lacking recognition by couples and lovers or partners; whichever you find yourself in.

These are a few hints to fasten your efforts to get pregnant, and at the same time to maintain your health.

1. Did you know that regular sex increases the level of oestrogen production in your body, which helps regulate your menstrual cycle and boost your fertility?

Yes! regular sex; not less than three times a week, but more is advisable. 

2. A healthy weight is another factor that may delay conception, both parties, male and female should manage and keep a healthy weight. In women, being overweight can affect your ability to have a hormone balance and excessive fat interferes with ovulation. For men, however, excessive fat would result to lower sperm quality (Libido), and erection dysfunction.

3. Being underweight can also affect your ovulation. You need some level of body fat to keep hormone balance. Therefore you need to keep a healthy weight.

4. Get multivitamins to be your companion- All the vitamins are necessary, calcium, omega 3, all the B's, K, Iron, D, Coenzymes Q10, folic acid, Fruits and Vegetables and lots of water

5. Stop bad habits such as smoking, making fizzy drinks your breakfast and take healthier options- fruits, carrots, celeries and herbal or green teas

6. Finally rest well.

These are only but a few...
Keeping healthy 




Sunday, 10 September 2017

Birmingham witnesses a scare: A man wielding a knife stormed a church and stabbed three worshippers

The New Jerusalem Apostolic Church in Rocky Lane, Birmingham 

As early as 10 am this morning, while people were gathered in the above church worshiping, a man wielding a knife ran into the church where he attacked and stabbed three worshippers. One of the victims is said to be in a stable condition and his injury, not life threatening.

A 46 years old man was arrested and charged with attempted murder. According to the West Midlands police spokesperson, "early indications show that the attacker and victim knew each other, and it is a targeted attack"



Acid attack by teenagers on Hawkshead street Southport

A teenage girl and three teenage boys are being searched for following an acid attack last night on Hawkshead Street Southport. This is reported to have happened about 9.35 pm. An innocent man walking home was attacked, and after being hit severally he was further attacked with acid poured over his face. 
According to the police report, his wallet and phone were taken by his attackers. Simon Vaughan of Merseyside Police stated that violent attacks like this one will not be tolerated by the police and he promises it is a rare incident and the search for the four teenagers continues. 

This is scary and yet shows the level of crime in the society. 

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A woman who gave birth secretly and tries to kill the baby

Staffordshire County has exposed the attempted murder of a new born by the birth mother on Friday 8th of September 2017, when the Crown Court heard that a woman had secretly given birth, stuffed the baby in a plastic bag and hurled her out of the window.
Although Metro specifies that the baby survived the fall, there is, however, severe injuries including bleeding on the brain.This is horrendous! In a country where fostering and Adoption are highly encouraged and supported.

Judge Michael Chamber QC stated that the act was "premeditated, grave and appalling".

This mother was sentenced to ten years imprisonment. 

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Thursday, 7 September 2017

Hurricane Jose: A class 2 hurricane hits just after Irma

Barbuda was hit so hardly by Irma; hitting over 90% of her structures, yet a much stronger Jose has been said to have approached the Atlantic. There is news on a further hurricane in Barbuda and Antigua; two countries that have just been recently hit by Irma.













Photo by New York News:
The eye of Hurricane Irma (left) is just north of the island of Hispaniola, with Hurricane Jose (right) in the Atlantic Ocean


Tuesday, 5 September 2017

A 21 months old girl murdered by her mother: Ayeeshia-Jayne Smith was stamped to death by her mother

A mother and a killer: Ayeeshia's mother killed her in cold blood


A 23 years old mother who killed her own toddler was jailed last year. Another serious Case Review where agencies have failed a child in every way. This case review published today 5th Sept, has again reminded the social services of the poor practice revolving within Children Services. It must be highlighted that the child's needs must be paramount in every practice and professionals must not over emphasize on the needs of the parents or carer. but must unpick incidents and information shared and how they were shared.

There is a great need to work together and on time information sharing to be put in practice. Derbyshire County promises to make changes and to improve safeguarding. I would say staff need to trained and tested for compliance to practice.

Medical incidents and previously recorded injuries were omitted, therefore leading to prolonged abuse and lack of safeguarding and protection. 

Ayeeshia's injuries were described by doctors to be similar to those found on car accident victims. How badly could have the life of this young girl been before her death? What is the excuse? how was this level of abuse missed?

                                 Kathryn Smith (Ayeeshia's mother- 23) and her late Ayeeshia


Although Kathryn was jailed for life, Ayeeshia's death still remains a sad story in our hearts