Showing posts from October 7, 2017

Jennifer Lopez Steps Out With Her Boyfriend And Her Kids.

Jennifer Lopez has been spending quality time with her family after she postponed three of her Las Vegas shows following the recent mass shooting.

The singer was spotted with her daughter Emme, nine, son Maximilian, nine, and her boyfriend Alex Rodriguez for lunch date in Beverly Hills on Friday.

Jennifer who was all glammed up for the outing flashed her curves in a white skin-tight trousers, she paired with a striped blouse, while her man A-Rod kept it simple in a blue sweater, white T-shirt, and jeans.

Source: Linda Ikeji.

Thomas Gwom, Who Helped Recaptures Ifeanyi Dike Rewarded With N1Million.

Thomas Gwom,The man who gave information that led to the rearrest of suspected ritualist Ifeanyi Dike has received the N1m pledged by the Commissioner of police.

Ifeanyi Dike had allegedly r*ped, killed and removed vital organs of an eight-year-old girl, Victory Chikamso, before escaping from police custody with the help of Policemen who have been dismissed from service and are facing trial.

Five Tips On How To Reduce The Risk Of Developing Chest Cancer.

Chest Cancer has been rampant in recent times with female folks being affected… this has called for an awareness campaign to orientate female folks.

With the increase in chest Cancer rates in recent times, the focus now is what can be done to wipe out chest cancer completely.
The Question is “What can a woman do to reduce the risk of developing chest cancer”. It is clear now that women should be brought up to date on the latest scientific findings concerning the reduction of chest cancer risk.

The most encouraging discovery is the power of Naturally occurring substances in fruits and vegetables and grains to promote good health and prevent disease. Research scientists have concluded that dietary factors could play a role in as many as 70% of all cancers and 35-70% of all cancers can be prevented by a healthy diet.

The key to chest cancer prevention lies in minimizing as many of the individual risk factors as possible as a slight reduction in risk can save thousands of lives over time.