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Sоuth Afrіса’ѕ Minister оf Hеаlth, Aaron Mоtѕоаlеdі, hаѕ ѕаіd “dоggу” ѕtуlе durіng sex іѕ the mаjоr саuѕе оf саnсеr аnd ѕtrоkе.

Hе ѕаіd аftеr thrее уеаrѕ оf burdensome research; hе discovered thаt the hіgh pumping оf blооd durіng ѕеx when оnе is ѕtаndіng or bowing over-burdens the vеіnѕ іn thе lеgѕ whісh at last саuѕеѕ stroke.

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Hе tоld Thе Insider, “On саnсеr – one оf thе mаіn causes оf growth is stress, fаtіguе, and tiredness.

“The mоѕt еnеrgу expending аnd ѕtrеѕѕful ѕеxuаl роѕіtіоn for mеn is doggy; hеnсе the соnnесtіоn іѕ mоrе thаn сlеаr.

“Lооk, I am just gіvіng you guуѕ a bit, yet wе will be роѕtіng thе comes about оf thе complete research on the Mіnіѕtrу site.”

He аddеd thаt he іѕ in tаlkѕ with Home Affаіrѕ Mіnіѕtеr, Malusi Gіgаbа tо сrаft a lеgіѕlаtіоn thаt wіll look for tо оutlаw thіѕ style.

As per hіm, оссаѕіоnаl dоggу style lіkе оnlу оn Chrіѕtmаѕ day аnd Valentine іѕ hаrmlеѕѕ yet be ѕurе thаt еасh night іѕ self-destructive.

“Thіѕ іѕ thе rеаѕоn whу Sоuth African wedded men bite the dust and lеаvе their wіvеѕ a ton thеѕе days,” thе 58-уеаr-оld mаn аddеd.

7 Comments

7 Comments

  1. Shuaib Abubakar Danmakoyon Dambam

    December 20, 2016 at 12:11 pm

    NA LIE,

  2. George Motsoeneng

    December 20, 2016 at 2:41 pm

    Minister if Doggy style causes cancer u should give a solution of wat must we do that is good for us

  3. Jim Shelton

    December 20, 2016 at 4:46 pm

    Missionary position causes hypocracy.

  4. George Motsoeneng

    December 20, 2016 at 6:24 pm

    wt is Hypocracy?

  5. Jim Shelton

    December 20, 2016 at 6:26 pm

    It was satire…..

  6. Shuaib Abubakar Danmakoyon Dambam

    December 20, 2016 at 6:54 pm

    Why not try “wheel barrow..hahaha

  7. Haruna Bashir

    December 20, 2016 at 9:08 pm

    More proof

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Stop Squeezing Your Woman’s Breasts: Medical Doctor Warns Men

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The president of Breast Care International Dr. Beatrice Wiafe -Addai has urged men to handle the breast of women with care as it is a very fragile part of a woman’s anatomy.

Speaking on the sidelines of the breast cancer awareness month which is celebrated in October every year, Dr. Wiafe-Addai told Starr Fm morning show host Francis Abban that contrary to claims that the sucking of breast by men reduces the risk of getting breast cancer in women, those claims are untrue.

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“It isn’t genuine that the more you suck a lady’s bosom it keeps the danger of getting bosom tumor. What is genuine is that ladies who have youngsters ought to breastfeed, and breastfeeding has some beneficial outcome on the lady to the extent bosom disease is concerned. In any case, not grown-up men to go and suck the bosom supposing it will shield the lady from bosom disease, that isn’t valid, it is exceptionally delicate so we should deal with it with mind… don’t crush it like you have some mango or orange that you are pressing to get some liquid out,” Dr. Wiafe-Addai guided.

Dr. Wiafe-Addai likewise exhorted men not to surrender ladies determined to have bosom tumor yet rather help to battle it.

“If you find something in a woman’s breast don’t send her to her family home because she has been diagnosed of breast cancer. Give her all the morale even if not financial. So that she knows that someone is with her through the fight. The fight against breast cancer is not an easy one so women need all the support from men, society and the nation,” she noted

 

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Breaking: doctors Suspend 7-day Warning Strike In Osun

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Osun Chapter of Nigeria Medical Association (NMA) has directed members working with the state government to resume work, after a seven-day warning strike, over salary arrears and poor working condition.

According to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), the doctors began the strike on September 18, 2017.

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The directive for resumption of work was contained in a communiqué jointly signed by the NMA Chairman, Dr. Tokunbo Olajumoke and Secretary, Olalekan Ajayi.

Osun NMA said the strike was suspended due to the intervention of well-meaning stakeholders, who assured the association that the state government would address their grievances. The association said the strike became necessary because of the poor condition of facilities in state hospitals and poor welfare.

Meanwhile, the state government has described the attack on its Commissioner for Regional Integration, Bola Ilori, in Akure, Ondo State as barbaric, reprehensible and an assault on the sovereignty of the state.

Ilori was part of the delegation that presented Osun’s position at the All Progressives Congress (APC) public forum on true federalism and restructuring in its mission to get views of the people of Ekiti, Ondo and Osun states.

Media Adviser to Governor Rauf Aregbesola, Sola Fasure, in an announcement, said the assault on Ilori, by some criminals was accounted for to have been political propelled and supported by a best positioning Ondo State Government bureau part.

Fasure noticed that the assault was in a roundabout way dispensed on Osun express that Ilori spoke to at the program and approached the law requirement organizations to angle out and convey to book culprits of the assault, regardless of how capable the supporters could be.

He additionally pondered whether the remark of Ondo State Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Yemi‎ Olowolabi, that the Osun designate was the assailant who had gone to the setting of the occasion to cause inconvenience, was sufficiently discretionary.

The statement noted that such remarks could cause disaffection between the two sister states, which have lived without any rancour towards each other for years since the creation of both states.

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Why Buhari travelled out for treatment – Health Minister

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Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, says President Muhammadu could not be treated in Nigeria because of the long existing bond between him and his foreign doctors.

He, however, assured Nigerians and the international community that there was no cause for concern over Buhari’s health.

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“One thing we must realise is that health is a complex issue. There’s what we call patient-doctor relationship; there is also a bond between the patient and the doctor and these are things we can’t play with,” Adewole told Thisday.

“I used to have patients in Ibadan and they still call me, and say ‘we will like to see you’. Then I have to say no to them because I’m no longer available and ask, ‘why can’t you see somebody else?’ But many of them are reluctant to do so. That’s the complex thing about health.

“We should give him (Buhari) that choice. What we really wish is for Mr. President to be well and hearty.

“However, this is also a complex country, so I am not too happy about some of the insinuations, because we should pray for our leaders. We should continue to pray for him. There is no cause for alarm,

“He (Buhari) came back (referring to the previous medical vacation) and told us that he was ill and that he was treated. When we have that type of leader, I think we can go to sleep”, he stated

The minister also spoke on efforts of the ministry to make healthcare accessible to Nigerians.

“The first thing we have done is to approve the policy, that’s the third Health Policy in the history of Nigeria. So this government can take credit for putting a policy in place, that’s number one.

“We also launched a programme called the ‘Save One Million Lives Initiative’, where we took money from the World Bank and gave it to the states as seed grants to develop programmes that will impact on the lives of women and children because we want many of our indicators – maternal and child health indicators – to change.

“We further initiated a programme called the ‘Rapid Response Results Initiative’, distinctively factored for the poor. We started with 10,000 surgeries for the poor and I am happy to say that all over the country, we are offering care to poor Nigerians.

“We have started primary health care revitalisation, as part of the RRRI. Very soon, we are moving on to really injecting life into our tertiary centres. We have identified three reasons why people go out of the country and die: cancer, renal and cardiac diseases,” he said.

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