Saturday, 10 September 2016

Why you should hold your iPhone in your right hand to make phone calls

This may sound silly, but it is actually true; researched and validated.

Did you know that iPhone is best held with right hand when making or answering a phone call? Do I hear why???

Well, a recent research has shown that holding your iPhone with left hand reduces the strength or signal to the phone. Although this is said to affect other phones too, the difference between left and right seems to be highly evident on iPhone than the others.

The results shown below is the research outcome, however, iPhone 7 is not part of the research.

A 23 years old lady raped on the streets of Lagos, after she was force to use Indian Hemp

A young lady of 23 who was said to have gone to meet her aunt at her shop on the 28th of August. She eventually left the aunt just before 10 PM for home as she claimed she was not feeling too well. The aunt was later informed that the young lady had not come back home since she left the aunt. An immediate search tracing her steps.
According to the brother, they quickly went a search and surprisingly found their the 23 yr old by the corners of the Lagos Abeokuta Express Road, TREMBLING AND IN A MAJOR SHOCK..

The lady whose name is not revealed could hardly stand and was soaked in blood. She was soon taken to the intensive care and following concerns, was put on antibiotic to prevent any possible infection following the traumatic rape experience. She was firstly drugged before being raped; as the sources explained.

According to Punch correspondence, the lady's brother informed them that the hoodlums who gave their sister drugs where right present at the spot and threatened to beat him up if does not leave with his sister immediately.

This young lady is still waiting for justice as the two men whom raped her are still at large.

What a scary situation.

23 killed and up to 50 injured in a fire explosion

Early hours of today a Bangladesh based packaging company burnt to blazes following a gas explosion at the factory, which is one of the several big factories in Bangladesh. The company, a five storey Tampaco foils company, located in Tongi industrial area, outside Dhaka.

The police officials reported possible number of casualties and the critical situation at the Dhakar Medical College and Hospital. It is a dreadful site at this time although help is at reach; the firemen did what they could to rescue victims that were trapped and to stop the fire, the emergency services administered first aid before heading to the hospital.

The sad event has left families of injured and dead victims traumatised.

Daily Mail online 

School denies sanctioning fight club after shocking footage of brawl emerges

Are you for or against violence?

My study background makes me understand violence as an act of intentional use of force against another person, or group of people. An act which is mostly leading to causing the other person or group of people to get hurt; physically or sometimes psychologically; for instance fighting, bullying, gang related and most recently social media.

School violence as we are aware is fast growing and involves violence that occurred with the premises of the school, on the way to or from school, during a school sponsored event or whilst going to or returning from any such event sponsored by the school event. 

According to a survey carried out by Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System shows an overview on the trend of school violence in US

These behaviors are what I remember every education board preaches against; well i thought so until this SHOCKING CLIP by Metro online, where a Texas school has been accused of hosting a fight in the school premises, titled "Junior High Coaches Host Fight"

Although the Nichols School spokesman has denied the school sanctioned the fight and that claims that the teacher who was present was a supply teacher and has been reported suspended; I am sure parents do see a level of responsibility clinging around the school as an authority whom you have entrusted your child's safety to. The school should be responsible for giving the supply teacher a role in the school as a teacher. How thoroughly was the DBS carried out?

Thursday, 8 September 2016

Your Health, Your Say and Your Choice.

Dear readers,

I am happy to inform you that the health and well being page is still updating on a daily basis, on a whole new world of fitness, being active, living healthy and in fact, taking control of your life choices. 

At, we promote natural products, easy plan diet styles, motivate yourself with packaged support from diet planner, easy and accessible, short time diets without excessive work out- eat to loose weight, a lot of green products and joint care supplements.

Keep trending;

'We workout 20 minutes a WEEK'; says body building twins

Men's Health: Fitness and getting "Ripped"

The "Body Building" twins; Zoran and Goran, originally from Croatia, came to London three years ago with a strong intention to become 'famous in the fitness industry'; and that is what they have done. Showing off bulging biceps and well built abs, the 27 years old professional personal trainers are not naturally adorned with the "ripped hot looks", but they have intensively worked out daily, capping just 20 minutes a week. Surprised?

Without doubt, the twins are exercising the right ways and knowing where to focus. Remember, exercise done the wrong way could leave you more bloated and unable to loose any weight. 

According to the twins, 5 minutes of high intensive cardio and 15 minutes of high intensive weight training; finesse! 

Ladies could equally build their abs using the right training; READ MORE, about abs and fitness with Caragh Flannery 

CBeebies denies Show Me Show Me presenter sang the c-word on children's television show

A concerned mum has this morning reported an inappropriate song, allegedly sang by TV presenter Chris Jarvis; during the Wednesday morning's episode of: 'show me show me'. Hence, the children's channel, according to the Telegraph, has been forced to deny that one of its presenters said the c-word as he sang a song about kites on air. 

Chris who was riding on a scooter around the garden had used a c... word rather than 'KITE', as he sang, claimed the parent. Ms Mann said she had been tidying up while the program was on and suddenly, she heard this work and immediately stopped to listen. She re-wound and played the clip and as many times as she tried to justify the pronunciation, as many times she could not.
 Ms Mann said; “I wasn’t really taking any notice of what was on the telly, which was on while I was tidying up,” she told The Sun. “But then I just heard that word, so I re-wound the show because I couldn’t believe it.

“And then every time I replayed it, I just couldn’t hear anything but that word. At first I thought it was really funny because it was just a shock, but if my little girl who is two starts saying that in public it’s going to make me look really bad, so it’s upsetting and quite annoying – she wouldn’t know any difference.”

The mother who killed her 9 months old baby

Yet another horror story on “poor health and social care expertise”; this time from Scotland.
The mum who smothered her baby whilst suffering from postnatal depression, ‘should have got a better care package’; BBC Scotland.

Erin Sutherland, a mother of three, was said to have been failed by professionals who were in charge of her care; as was explained by Mental Health Commission for Scotland. Following this incident and investigations, it was shown by a report that the professionals failed to identify the severity of Erin’s depression, therefore it made fourteen recommendations to improve postnatal mental health care.
Having failed to safeguard the situation at the early due to issues such as; lack of communication among multi agencies and omission of early diagnosis, these professionals had failed Erin, and the children, including the dead Chloe.

Patient history is very important to health and social care, as much as communication and most especially; allocation of sufficient time to assess, monitor and communicate with patient and then to make a comprehensive note. 

Wednesday, 7 September 2016

The Powerful Health Drink:'GINGER' and 'more'

How much do we know about “nature” and its “produce”? I bet not a lot.

Recently, I had the opportunity to meet a lovely Asian family, who were mostly “nature reliance” when it comes to their drinks and food. Herbs and seeds, vegetables, fruits and plants that I had never imagined their needs. 

This family make all their drinks fresh from scratch! Yes Fresh! Though they were not particularly an average family, they are so full of freshness, that I could not wish for more myself. 

I would watch the lady make drinks like carrot, ginger, pomegranate and others that I had never imagined, such as avocado drink! You heard me; AVACADO DRINK/ JUICE; one word; DELICIOUS!

Indeed, we know some plants are good for us, they are medicinal, but to what extent? I was more shocked at the truth behind the drinks, especially ginger. I learnt that apart from the general usage of ginger as a seasoning and for garnishing food, when crushed, grated or liquidised, ginger is a POWER HOUSE!
  • Ginger, as we all know is in the root plant family; rhizome, grown in the tropic and sub-tropic regions. Scientists know it as ‘Zingiber Officinale’. Ginger is best known as an anti-inflammatory. 
  • A publication in 2015, by Oncotarget, showed that the compounds of ginger; ‘6-Gingerol (6G), present in the pungent extracts of ginger (Zingiber officinale Roscoe) has shown potent anti-tumorigenic and pro-apoptotic activities against a variety of cancers’. It's emphasis were on the fact that 6G treatment induced significant reduction of tumour volume and tumourweight.
  • The second bioactive compound of ginger is Shogaols. Shogaols are dehydrated products of gingerols and are responsible for easy digestive functions, by doing this, enhances the prevention of lungs and colon cancer.
  • Ginger has also been proven through research to be a suppressant to arthritis and muscle pains.It is also a good formula for tummy trimming- flat tummy; as a drink, as a natural laxative, ginger drink will stimulate you from the inside and leaves you feeling good, new and light.  
  • Due to its strong taste, I find it interesting to make my ginger drink with lemon and honey. You can also mix with cucumber and mint leaves
  • My powerful combination drink of ginger, lemon and 2 teaspoonful of honey per 450 ml of warm water, is best taken first thing in the morning and last thing at night.
Please do not hesitate. Try it.

Monday, 5 September 2016

All NEW Health and Wellbeing Page!!!

Keeping it healthy is our business! has launch a new health and well being page today, comprising of all new natural products, easy plan diet styles, motivate yourself with packaged support from diet planner, easy and accessible, short time diets without excessive work out- eat to slim down, all green products and joint care supplements.
There are lots to see and try, but there are more to come.

Keep healthy, look trendy.

Sunday, 4 September 2016

Nigeria Nollywood Industry is too much: ZUCKERBERG IN LAGOS!!!

Target focused! Efficient! Proactive! and just Nollywood!

Just two days after Mark left Nigeria, the Nollywood industry has produced a movie titled: Zuckerberg in Lagos; what an amazing speed! This movies by Immortal Films Limited is a must watch.


African Basketball League with Ugo Udezue

Success as we know is never easy to come by, except with hard work.

On the 6th of June 1946, Basketball Association was founded in New York City. The league soon adopted the name National BasketballAssociation on the 3 of August 1949; after teaming up with its rival: National Basketball League (NBL). The setting up and formation of the NBA was not an easy job either, but it focused through hard work and today spurring through 29 states in America.

Again, a similar struggle has commenced in Africa, but this time not by a group, or a state, but by just one man: Ugo Udezue, Ugo was know for his hard work during his college basketball years;  Sam McClain, coach of head men's basketball team at the Wyoming University once said; "I would like to have a whole team of players like the Nigerian players Ugo Udezue and Uche Nsonwu Amadi because of how hard they work".


Having gone through Wyoming University,where he studied communication, Ugo Udezue decided to go into his dream and passion of giving younger Africans the opportunity to achieve their dreams and leave the streets. 

ABL which is barely six months old, with up to six teams, has completed its debut session where the Abidjan Ramblers were crowned. Udezue shared that it was a success! and has drawn more than six more teams wanting to be part of the game when the second session dunks off in October.

This is the beginning of a mighty "net" work. Africans youth! Africans dream! Go and achieve!