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Children’s Teeth: 20 Myths, Facts & Stats

With tons of diffused and confusing information on the Internet, caring for children's oral health can be a real hassle. That's why we decided to explore the awareness of the most popular notions on the topic Children's Teeth while also busting some myths. Check out the results and learn what are people's thoughts on the following: When should be a child's first dental visit? Are electric toothbrushes appropriate for children? Is it okay to let children drink bottled milk throughout the night? Are bad teeth passed from parents to children? #1: Children's first dental visit should be at the age of 3-4 years: MYTH It's disturbing that 76% of respondents agree with this statement and the percentage is relatively the same for both parents and non-parents. In fact, your child should visit the dentist for the first time as soon as their first tooth erupts (usually between 6 and 12 months). Why is that needed? One of the main reasons is called early childhoo..

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Diet For Cancer Prevention

In this year of 2020 also cancer is one of the major cause of mortality in India & all over the World. Report says lung cancer, Breast cancer in female and colorectal cancer are the topmost cause of mortality. If we will look into the Risk factors, we can think about the prevention. So before discussing about the prevention let's look into the Risk factor. The Risk factors are: ● Obesity ● Red meat and preserved meat consumption ● Use of Preservative ● High Fat consumption ● Alcohol ● Very hot drinks or food Now we can discuss about the dietary factors prevent cancer. Obesity management: Obtaining or maintaining normal body weight helps in preventing Cancer. To prevent obesity Choose liberally: high fiber food such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains i.e millet, brown rice, ragi, whole wheat flower, legumes. Choose sparingly: bakery product including desert, cookies, pastries & cakes, soft drinks, juice etc. Avoiding Preserved & red meat International correlation studies show a s..

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On Luxury Industry: Gbadewole Amos Kayode Covers Jan/Feb 2020 Issue Of Pleasures Magazine

Listen to article“An examined life is not worth living.”- Socrates. This radical and powerful statement rings in a universal truth that is more applicable today than ever. From an employee of Coscharis Group to a highly successful real estate maverick in a short span of time, Gbadewole Amos Kayode, the young Nigerian real estate entrepreneur features on the luxury edition of Pleasure Magazine’s January/ February Cover, depicting a reflection of luxury garnished with a Chalhoulb Group-owned helicopter in the background. This feature revealed the very intriguing story of how Gbadewole got to where he is today, at the helm of a multi-billion real estate firm. His humble background and street – hawking experience taught him to value the security of owning a home and perhaps set into motion his future career in real estate. This is a story much in tandem with the “from-rags-to-riches” or “worked-my-way-up-from-the- bottom” phenomenon. Gbadewole Amos Kayode – Founder and CEO of Crown All..

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Bolt Appoints Nonso Onwuzulike As New Country Manager

The leading on-demand transportation platform, Bolt, has appointed Nonso Onwuzulike as the Country Manager for its operations in Ghana. Nonso Onwuzulike has filled different roles at Bolt over the last three years, driving the growth in Nigeria as an Operations Manager, and most recently, as a City Manager for Accra. In his prior role, he helped expand the operations to three more cities in Ghana and grew the Ghanaian team from 5 to 18 people. Nonso Onwuzulike said: “I am honoured to have earned the opportunity to lead the team of amazing, hardworking and motivated Ghanaians towards building the best way to move in Ghana. I am excited about Bolt’s future in Ghana and can’t wait to introduce our amazing products and expand to many more markets to facilitate making urban transportation more convenient and affordable for more people in Ghana”. “As a company deeply committed to raising transformational leaders, we are excited to have Nonso run operations and lead the team in Ghana to execu..

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New Africa: Who Should Take What Care Of The Marriage Home?

Listen to articleHas there, or will there be a time that women takes or will take the unenviable pressured place of men and take care of the home financially? Are men with African traditions and customs instilled in them, assigning them to patriarchal bossy duties, will in the name of modernism, takes a woman's place of sweeping the house, washing and cooking, and all the other chores that when your family members visit will call you "Kwaadonto" (one controlled by your wife)? Let's forearm with such rhetorical questions above in order to comprehend what this writeup seeks to teach. If you're not financially prepared as a man to marry, remain a chief bachelor. No woman is ever ready to sponsor a man unconditionally. Mark that! The idea of "women too can work and take care of the home" had been started and amplified by the manipulative industry bosses whose intention is chiefly to bring a wife against the husband. The resulting broken home dresses these devilish bosses&#03..

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WordDigest2020: Abound In God’s Work

Listen to article"Therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye stedfast, unmovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasmuch as ye know that your labour is not in vain in the Lord."- 1 Corinthians 15:58 KJV. Apostle Paul in the opening verse of our theme is urging us to remain unshaken about activities that could dampen our hopes in the Lord. He spoke to the church in Corinth to be resolute despite the arrows of attack being thrown at them. Similarly, in our journey as believers we may be faced with challenges beyond our control. But Apostle Paul is telling us not to be troubled but abound in God's work daily. In abounding in God's word, we must meditate His word, practise His word and carry out spiritual duties assigned to us for His glory. These steps when executed systematically would make us unmovable, steadfast in life despite any form of worry. Never let today's downfall create a gap between you and God. Rather abound in God's work and you shall testify Hi..

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How Can You Save Money on Your Electricity, Water, and Gas in Ghana?

Listen to articleManaging your utility bills begins with an informed mind. The only way to spend less cedi on electricity, water, and gas is knowing how to manage resources that require these forms of energy. In as much the Ghanaian government is doing everything it can to make these resources readily available to ordinary citizens, most people end up paying too much due to lack of awareness. By the end of this article, you will be equipped with several tips on how to save and maximize on sufficient energy without breaking your bank account. Gas Saving Tips The highest utility bills among Ghanaian citizens come from Gas bills. However, this does not have to be the case for your household. Here are a few simple tips that will help keep your gas spending in check: Use energy-saving gas appliances You will find different gas appliances in the market, some even quite cheap. However, there is no point in buying a cheap gas appliance that eventually contributes to the increase in your gas sp..

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Why Is The African Parent Neglecting Parental Care?

Listen to articleIdeally, all African parents need this. Actually, with the Whites, parental care is not much lacking as seen here in Africa. Mark that! African parent could within his/her children love one and made the other a pariah, a hatred object. It happens, in our homes. The story about Rebecca and Isaac each choosing their favourite among their two children: Essau and Jacob, ending in enmity between the two siblings, recorded in the Christian Bible, still lives nauseatingly with us here in Africa. And it's not only about the parents causing divisiveness amongst the children, those who survive and live with them under whatever condition, must prepare to live under their dictates peremptorily. They must choose for you a companion, a course to read at school, and the religious line you're to walk. The parental neglect rears its ugly head right from this point if you dare challenge their stance. It's an easy burden if your hounding is just leading you to contemplate ..

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Northern Regional Daily Guide Reporter Grabs A Wife

Listen to articleA journalist with the Daily Guide Network, Eric Kombat has joined the 'Table of men' as he married long-time lover Felicity Amiwa Nyeweieh The public marriage ceremony took place at the Holy Cross Parish in Tamale on Saturday January 18,2020 Witnessed by family and friends from both partners, the reception of the marriage was done at the Northern Regional GNAT Hall The Dressed code was Black and White for the Bride and Complete-White for the Groom

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