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Why strokes are usually more frequent in bathrooms

Strokes are usually high in bathrooms because when we enter the bathroom we soak our head and hair first which is not supposed to be. This is a wrong approach.

In this way, if you water the head at first, the blood rises to the head quickly and the arteries can be torn together. As a result, stroke happens and then falling to the ground.

A report published in the Journal of Canada’s Medical Association said the risks that were previously predicted due to stroke or mini stroke, in fact the risk is longer lasting and even more dangerous.

According to multiple studies around the world, the cases of death or paralysis due to stroke during bath is increasing day by day. According to doctors, one should take a bath by following some rules while bathing.

If you don’t take bath following the right rules, you can die too. Shouldn’t soak your head and hair first while bathing. Because blood circulation in human body is at a certain temperature. Body temperature takes a while to adjust to outside temperature. According to doctors, water on the head first increases the speed of blood circulation. The risk of stroke may also increase at that time.

Excessive blood pressure can tear the brain arteries.

The right rule of bathing

Got to soak the feet first. Then slowly soak up shoulder upwards. Mouth will be watering then. At the end of everyone should water their head.

This method must be followed by those with high blood pressure, high cholesterol and migraine.

Must inform this information to elderly parents and relatives.

“Bloggers should shy away from creating contents that fuels feud amongst musicians” – Daniel Jeddman

What Daniel Jeddman said concerning the speculations of sabotage between Piesie Esther and Joyce Blessing is important to read. His words were straightforward and clear. He reemphasized why the gospel of Jesus shouldn’t be mixed up with that of the world.

Read full post HERE

Many at times, bloggers or influencers tend to impress their followers who also follow these artists of substance. It’s always tend to be as if there are issues to solve between them but then seems to be a trending spot for them. Such might be the experience hotspot for Piesie Esther and Joyce Blessing.

Enjoy their latest songs and that of Daniel Jeddman.

Naira Marley is officially arrested and detained following his suspicion on Mohbad’s death

The Lagos State Police Command has confirmed the arrest and detention of Marlian Records label boss, Azeez Fashola, popularly known as Naira Marley, in connection with the mysterious death of his former signee, Mohbad

The Lagos police spokesperson, Benjamin Hundeyin, announced Naira Marley’s detention in a tweet on Tuesday night.

“Azeez Fashola aka Naira Marley has been taken into custody for interrogation and other investigation activities…” said Hundeyin.

Naira Marley, Mohbad (Deseased)

The development came moments after Naira Marley announced in a tweet that he had returned to the country to assist the police with their investigations into Mohbad’s death.

The singer said he will assist authorities in their bid to unravel the circumstances behind Mohbad’s death.

“I’d like to share that I’ve just arrived back in Lagos, Nigeria to assist the authorities with the ongoing investigation. It’s important I do my part for Imole. I’ll be meeting with the police with hopes for the truth to be uncovered and for justice to prevail,” he posted.

Recall that the singer had earlier promised to return to the country to clear his name.

Naira Marley had raised concerns about his safety, claiming that the real culprit behind Mohbad’s death was trying to implicate him and have him “lynched”.

The police had on Friday arrested Balogun Olamilekan Eletu, also known as Sam Larry, in connection with Mohbad’s death.

Teenage boy gambles school fees, loses it all, pleads for refund


A heartbreaking incident unfolded when Benjamin, a 16-year-old boy, experienced a devastating loss after engaging in gambling with money he had intended to use for his school fees.

In a distressing turn of events, Benjamin took to his social media page, seeking the betting platform’s assistance in returning his funds.

Benjamin shared a screenshot of his initial message to the company, where he pleaded for the return of his money.

However, Sportybet promptly responded, citing their policy that individuals under the age of 18 are prohibited from using their services and emphasizing that lost money cannot be refunded.

Despite the platform’s response, Benjamin continued to plead with them, expressing deep remorse for his actions. In his heartfelt appeal, he beseeched, “Please, Sportybet, I beg of you. Oh my God. I’m only 16 years old. Please find it in your hearts to forgive me. That money is worth 30,000 Naira.”

This unfortunate situation highlights the need for responsible gambling and the potential consequences that can occur when individuals, especially minors, engage in such activities. It serves as a reminder of the importance of being informed and mindful of the potential risks involved when participating in gambling.

21-year-old Ghanaian man marries a 63-year-old white woman – video


In a heartwarming union that defies societal expectations, a young 21-year-old Ghanaian man has celebrated his love by marrying a 63-year-old white woman. Despite the significant age gap between them, their commitment has led them to make their marriage official at a register office, as captured in a video circulating online.

True love knows no boundaries, and these individuals have chosen to embrace their connection regardless of age. While their age difference may seem significant, it is important to respect their choice and allow them to enjoy their marriage in peace.

However, there have been speculations among some social media users suggesting that the young man may not be genuinely in love with his older partner, but rather seeking a green card through marriage. It is essential to approach such assumptions with caution, as we cannot fully know the intentions and dynamics of a relationship from an external perspective.

On a positive note, there are some who have commended the young man for securing his future through this union, as obtaining a green card can offer certain opportunities. It is crucial to remember that everyone’s motivations and circumstances are unique, and it is not for us to judge or draw definitive conclusions without all the facts.

Ultimately, this couple has chosen love and companionship, and we should extend our understanding and support as they embark on this new chapter of their lives together.

What to Do About Severe Vaginal Pain During Pregnancy

Feeling the pressure—you know—down there? Vaginal discomfort is par for the course during pregnancy. Here’s what you can do about it.

Pregnancy comes with all sorts of not-so-fun symptoms and side effects. Pressure or pain in the vaginal area is just one more unpleasant thing to add to the list. But it makes sense: Your body is stretching in all sorts of ways to accommodate a rapidly expanding baby. The issue, then, becomes gauging whether you’re experiencing typical pain or something abnormal and worrisome. Is it run-of-the mill round ligament pain, or does the pressure signify a serious issue like preterm labor? The bottom line: It can be unnerving trying to figure out what’s happening to your body, but it’s always better to err on the side of caution and talk to your doctor. In the meantime, if you’re dealing with pressure or vaginal pain during pregnancy, read on to learn what might be causing it and what you can do about it.

What Causes Vaginal Pain During Pregnancy?

There are a few reasons you may experience vaginal pain during pregnancy; the root cause depends on you, your body and where you’re at in terms of gestation. Much of what you’re feeling is tied to your ligaments stretching to accommodate baby’s growth. “Female anatomy is built on the pelvic floor, and it consists of a lot of ligaments that are holding up the vagina and uterus, and supporting the bladder and rectum,” explains Fatiha Johnson, CRNP, a certified nurse practitioner in the obstetrics department at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. “It wears over time, and that elasticity will stretch. And the additional stress [of the uterus] contributes to pelvic pain.” The most common causes of vaginal pain during pregnancy include:

  • Round ligament pain. Often occurring in the first trimester, round ligament pain can feel like intense pressure or shooting pain running from the side of your belly down to your groin. It’s due to the hormone relaxin, which helps your body prepare for delivery by loosening the muscles and ligaments in your pelvis, according to the Cleveland Clinic. Relaxin can also lead to discomfort in your pelvic joints. “It’s music to our ears when we hear [about this], because we know that baby is growing,” says Michelle Davis, DNP, a certified nurse midwife and assistant professor of practice at the University of Arizona.
  • Bacterial vaginosis or a yeast infection.Bacterial vaginosis or a yeast infection can cause a feeling of vaginal pressure during pregnancy or otherwise, for that matter. Both come with irritation, but they’re caused by different microbes and have slightly different symptoms along with discomfort. Even if you’re not experiencing itchiness or seeing a discharge, talk to your doctor, suggests Davis. “In pregnancy, symptoms may be different,” she adds.
  • Urinary tract infection. When you feel pressure down there, it can be hard to pinpoint exactly where it’s coming from, but a UTI may be the culprit. “Sometimes the discomfort is expressed very generally; it can be difficult to figure out if the pain is coming from the rectum, vagina or your urinary tract,” says Wendy Hansen, MD, chair of the ob-gyn department at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine.
  • Symphysis pubis dysfunction. Pelvic pain during pregnancy is extremely common; it stems from all that straining of the bones, ligaments and muscles that support your pelvis, says Hansen. Jolting pain—or even persistent discomfort you feel when you use stairs, get in and out of the car or kneel—are symptoms of pubic symphysis dysfunction, also known as pelvic girdle pain.
  • Fibroids. Fibroids, or noncancerous growths of the uterus, may cause pain during pregnancy. There’s typically no treatment for fibroids, which feed off the hormones elevated during pregnancy, says Johnson.
  • Problems with pregnancy. Vaginal pain could potentially signal miscarriage or preterm labor, says Sarah Cross, MD, an adjunct associate professor at the University of Minnesota Medical School. It may not feel very intense, but preterm labor pain is sometimes characterized by discomfort that comes and goes in an ongoing pattern of repetition, says Hansen.
  • STD. Sometimes conditions that were present before pregnancy, like ovarian cysts, endometriosis or sexually transmitted diseases, carry over into pregnancy, says Davis. An STD can cause itching, pain or swelling near your vagina.

When Does Vaginal Pain During Pregnancy Start?

Discomfort can hit anytime during your pregnancy, but it’s more likely to occur in the late second trimester or early in the third as your uterus and placenta are significantly bigger, and the amount of fluid you’re carrying is higher stretching out all your pelvic floor muscles. “You’re carrying a lot of weight,” said Hansen.

How to Ease Vaginal Pain During Pregnancy

How you treat vaginal pain during pregnancy depends on what’s causing it. If it’s something acute, like an infection, you’ll need antibiotics. But if it’s an ongoing issue in pregnancy and simply a result of your body stretching, you may need to find some creative solutions to relieve the discomfort. Experts recommend trying:

  • A maternity support belt. A maternity belt or pregnancy belly bands can help support the weight of the uterus and give you some relief.
  • Warm baths. Warm—but not hot—soaks can offer relief. Davis suggests adding Epsom salts to the water.
  • Physical therapy. “It’s a wonderful benefit during pregnancy—and outside of pregnancy—to help maintain those muscles that are utilized during pregnancy,” says Johnson.
  • Light exercise. Johnson says that sitting still and being sedentary can actually exacerbate discomfort. “A 15- to 30-minute walk at the end of the day or some sort of movement is always encouraged, and it’s helpful with blood flow,” she adds.
  • Chiropractic care. “If you’re feeling that much pressure and everything checks out, my guess would be that the ligaments are unaligned,” says Davis, adding that a chiropractor who specializes in working with pregnant women—someone certified in the Webster technique—may do the trick.
  • Stretching and yoga. Again, gently moving can help, as your body is expanding and changing.
  • Prenatal massage. A little TLC in the form of a prenatal massage may do the trick to alleviate some aches and pains.

When to See a Doctor About Vaginal Pain During Pregnancy

If you’re feeling any sort of unexplained pain in the vaginal area during pregnancy, call your doctor. “People sometimes say, ‘I don’t want to go in, find out I’m okay and then get sent home,’” says Hansen. “But that’s what we want you to do!”

Pain, stiffness and pressure near your vagina or in your lower back can be completely normal symptoms of a healthy pregnancy, but if it’s accompanied by “any loss of fluid, either clear or bleeding like a period, follow up with a provider,” says Johnson. The same goes if you have a fever, a general unwell feeling or nausea and vomiting, adds Cross.

The onset of preterm labor can be hard to detect. Some women feel nothing; for others, the contractions may feel like a tightening at the top of the uterus moving down and pressure at your bottom, notes Cross. “Fluid leaking or spotting can be subtle at first and is often not like in the movies,” she adds.

Vaginal pain during pregnancy is, unfortunately, par for the course. The good news is that, with the help of your doctor, you can root out the cause and finally find some relief.

About the experts:

Sarah Cross, MD, is an adjunct associate professor at the University of Minnesota Medical School.

Michelle Davis, DNP, CNM, is a nurse practitioner, certified midwife and assistant professor of practice at the University of Arizona.

Wendy Hansen, MD, is chair of the ob-gyn department at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine. She earned her medical degree from Northwestern University in Illinois.

Fatiha Johnson, CRNP, is a certified nurse practitioner in the obstetrics department at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Man slaps wife 15 times in public and after compensates her with Audi – netizens react


In recent news, a distressing incident occurred involving Raymond Nduga, a well-known Kenyan lawyer, and his partner, Dorris Everlyne Tado.

A video capturing Raymond physically assaulting Dorris in public has sparked intense criticism from netizens. It has been reported that Raymond claimed Dorris would not leave him as he possesses wealth and is satisfying in their intimate relationship.

According to sources, this incident is not an isolated event, as their relationship is said to be toxic, with Dorris allegedly enduring multiple instances of severe physical abuse. However, despite the distressing circumstances, she continues to return to her husband.

After the incident, Raymond attempted to make amends by buying Dorris a brand-new Audi car as a gesture of apology. He further emphasized that he holds the power to determine their destiny and that nobody can force Dorris to leave him due to his financial resources.

This news has garnered significant attention and sparked strong reactions from netizens, who are expressing their outrage and concern over the situation.

Ex-President Agyekum Kuffour finally speaks concerning the passing of his wife – VIDEO

The news of the passing of the former First Lady of Ghana, Mrs Theresah Kuffour, has sent shockwaves throughout the nation, leaving Ghanaians and politicians alike profoundly saddened by the loss.

Mrs Kuffour, who was 88 years old at the time of her passing, was surrounded by her close family and friends.

It’s worth noting that there were previous instances of false reports regarding Mrs Kuffour’s death in 2017, 2019, and 2021.

However, this time, family sources have confirmed her passing and an official statement is expected to be released shortly to announce her unfortunate demise, which occurred on Sunday, October 1, 2023.

In the wake of this sad news, many close family members and well-wishers have gathered at the Airport Residential Area residence of the former First Couple to offer their condolences to Mr Kufuor, the former President of the Republic, during this difficult time.

Mrs Theresah Kuffour’s passing marks the end of an era in Ghanaian politics and public life.

In a phone-in interview with Okatakyie Afrifa, Dr. Kwabena Osei Adubofour, speaking on behalf of former President John Agyekum Kufuor, shared that Mr. Kufuor is currently doing well. 

However, he revealed that when he first received the news of Mrs. Theresah Kuffour’s passing, the former President was understandably emotional and deeply affected, leading to moments of sobbing and reflection on the loss.


Captain Smart and many others laments the death of Theresah Kuffour

D-Black expresses his dissatisfaction about the management system of GHAMRO, MUSIGA

Award winning Afrobeat musician and business mogul, D-Black has expressed his dissatisfaction with how the Ghanaian music industry is being managed.

He believes that the mismanagement of the industry has led to many musicians facing financial difficulties and exiting the showbiz scene in poverty.

Speaking on JoyPrime entertainment, D-Black points out that institutions like MUSIGA (Musicians Union of Ghana) are facing leadership issues and legal challenges, making it difficult for them to effectively represent and protect the interests of Ghanaian artists and also criticizes GHAMRO (Ghana Music Rights Organization) for its lack of accountability in distributing royalties to musicians.

“MUSIGA as a body is in court. There’s no leader. It’s just a mess. I feel like those systems need to be put in place to overlook the rights of Ghanaian creatives not only in the music scene but also in the movie industry as well.”

“If I’m to speak bluntly, I will say that the structures that are in place for our music industry are terrible. GAMRO is a terrible organization. There’s no accountability. I don’t know how much I’ve made from GAMRO in my 13 years in the music industry.”

He suggests that there is a need for better structures and systems to oversee the rights and welfare of Ghanaian creatives, not only in music but also in the movie industry.

D Black

D-Black highlights the importance of accountability and collaboration with right-collection agencies to ensure that artists receive their fair share of royalties.

The Black Avenue Music boss, calls on the government to address the challenges facing the creative industry in Ghana urgently while encouraging fellow musicians and artiste managers to stay informed about industry changes and adapt to remain relevant and profitable.

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Ashaiman to hold a “Fix Our Roads” demo on October 3rd


Residents of Ashaiman are set to hit the streets as they demonstrate against the deplorable state of rods in the municipality.

The poor road conditions marked by potholes and cracks have become a death zone for drivers and pedestrians who ply the road day in and day out for their business activities.

Calls for a rehabilitation on road networks in the municipality have since fell on death ears.

Ashaiman is dubbed the most populous town in Ghana with people from all walks of life trooping in daily for business activities. It’s one of the election deciding municipalities across the country yet this is the road they can brag about.

The “Fix Our Roads” demonstration is set to come off tomorrow, 3rd October 2023 with the possibility of more dates set to announced.