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Facts, stats that show that women cheat more than men



Women are not always victims of cheating as we have been made to believe. These stats and figures seem to be proof.

The occurrences of cheating and its effects on relationships cannot even be argued or denied.

What can be argued, however, is the popular perception people have about the major perpetrators of the vile act.

Many times when we hear of cheating, many are quick to link men to its commonness. And that is really understandable. The numerous cheating stories shared on social media and the Internet are posted by more women than men. Seeing this, it’ll seem that men are breaking hearts and betraying trust more than women.

But is this really conclusive evidence of anything? Facts, stats that show that women cheat more than men Well, it certainly seems so.

There’s a video circulating on social media where a female relationship expert tells Hafeez and Chris, the anchors of the Roommates Podcast that in her experience, women actually cheat than men, and of course, the anchors were both taken aback. We were, too.

“It is absolutely true,” she says to establish her claim that women are worse cheats than men.

When asked again, she answers again with a specific “yes, it is very true.”

Hers is not the only claim indicting women of being more terrible at cheating than we previously thought.

Recently, the result of a certain study was shared on social media which apparently shows that Nigerian women are only second to Jamaican in the world when it comes to lying to men about the paternity of their kids.

The genuineness of that study has however been thrown into doubt here.

The popular belief remains that when women cheat, they have a greater ability than men to hide the affair. Because they are hardly suspected while men are usually caught in the act, it has helped to further fuel the idea that men cheat more than women.

Dr. David Holmes, a psychologist at Manchester Metropolitan University said that, “The biggest difference [between men and women who cheat] is that women are much better at keeping their affairs secret.”

Women are so good at hiding their affairs, in fact, that Dr. Holmes seems to affirm the claim about paternity in that paragraph above.

“If you look at the studies into paternity, even conservative figures show that between 8% and 15% of children haven’t been fathered by the man who thinks he’s the biological parent,” he says.

The rise in the number of cheating women could be due to the use of social media. With social media, private chats and dating sites being available to everyone, avenues to cheat and get into side relationships have become increased.

Work place proximity has also been listed as a possible cause. Compared to the decades before now, more women are no longer staying at home as caregivers, neither are they content to take the traditional gender roles of the past years. The fact that there are more women in the workplace and all sectors provides more opportunities for workplace romance to blossom.

And apparently, just like men, women are jumping at the opportunity to get frisky with their colleagues and other people connected to them through work.

Finally, while there can be endless studies and research trying to establish a final truth to this unending argument about cheating between the genders, one thing remains obvious: men cheat and women cheat. That can’t be argued.

Source: Ayoola Adetayo

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Easy, affordable and healthy eating tips during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak



While many parents are understandably looking to ready meals and processed foods as a quick and low-cost way to feed the family, there are convenient, affordable and healthy alternatives. Here are five ways to help feed your children a varied, nutritious diet that will support their growth and development, all while building healthy eating habits.

5 healthy eating tips

1. Keep up fruit and vegetable intake

Purchasing, storing and cooking fresh vegetables can be challenging in a lockdown, especially when parents are advised to limit trips outside of the home. But wherever possible, it’s important to ensure children are still getting plenty of fruit and vegetables in their diet.

Whenever it is possible to get hold of fresh produce, do so. As well as being eaten fresh, fruits and vegetables can be frozen where possible and will retain most of their nutrients and flavor. Using fresh vegetables to cook large batches of soups, stews or other dishes will make them last longer and provide meal options for a few days. These can also be frozen where possible and then quickly reheated.

2. Swap in healthy dried or canned alternatives when fresh produce is not available

Fresh produce is almost always the best option, but when it is not available there are plenty of healthy alternatives that are easy to store and prepare.

Canned beans and chickpeas, which provide an abundance of nutrients, can be stored for months or even years, and can be included in meals in many ways. Canned oily fish such as sardines, mackerel and salmon are rich in protein, omega 3 fatty acids and a range of vitamins and minerals. These can be used cold in sandwiches, salads or pasta dishes, or cooked as part of a warm meal.

Canned vegetables, such as tomatoes, do tend to contain lower quantities of vitamins than fresh produce, but they are a great fallback option when fresh produce or frozen vegetables are hard to come by.

Dried goods like dried beans, pulses and grains such as lentils, split peas, rice, couscous or quinoa are also nutritious, long-lasting options that are tasty, affordable and filling. Rolled oats cooked with milk or water can serve as an excellent breakfast option, and can be spiced up with yoghurt, chopped fruits or raisins.

3. Build up a stock of healthy snacks

Children often need to eat a snack or two during the day to keep them going. Rather than giving kids sweets or salty snacks, opt for healthier options like nuts, cheese, yoghurt (preferably unsweetened), chopped or dried fruits, boiled eggs, or other locally available healthy options. These foods are nutritious, more filling, and help build healthy eating habits that last a lifetime.

4. Limit highly processed foods

While using fresh produce may not always be possible, try to limit the amount of highly processed foods in your shopping basket. Ready-to-eat meals, packaged snacks and desserts are often high in saturated fat, sugars and salt. If you do purchase processed foods, look at the label and try to choose healthier options containing less of these substances. Try to also avoid sugary drinks and instead drink lots of water. Adding fruits or vegetables like lemon, lime, cucumber slices or berries to water is a great way to add an extra twist of flavor.

5. Make cooking and eating a fun and meaningful part of your family routine

Cooking and eating together is a great way to create healthy routines, strengthen family bonds and have fun. Wherever you can, involve your children in food preparation – small children can help with washing or sorting food items while older children can take on more complex tasks and help to set the table.

Try as much as possible to stick to fixed mealtimes as a family. Such structures and routine can help reduce anxiety for children in these stressful situations.
Advice for breastfeeding children

Breastmilk remains a great food for children between 6-24 months. Women with COVID-19 can continue to breastfeed if they wish to do so. They should, however, practice respiratory hygiene during feeding, wearing a mask where available; wash their hands before and after touching the baby; and routinely clean and disinfect surfaces they have touched. If too unwell to breastfeed due to the virus or other complications, mothers should be supported to safely provide newborns with breastmilk in any way possible.

Source: UNICEF

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This is how to stay sexually intimate in a long distance relationship



Long distance relationships aren’t so bothersome if you find the right person and you are willing to make things work, even on the preservation of sexual intimacy.

You can be distant from your boo and still remain as close as ever.

To keep the sexual fire burning despite the distance, here are tips you need.

1. Talk about it. A whole lot

You will spend a whole lot of time apart from your boo and what this means is that to keep the relationship alive, you would need a lot of communication. You can’t spend the whole time talking about everything else but sex.

You should get really comfortable with each other. Cover as much ground as you can. Talk about desires preferences, review the last time you got together, ask each other what you enjoyed and be determined to do more of that. The things that didn’t work should be left out.

And it’s not just dirty talk. You should share articles and insights, discuss how your sex life affirms and supports the relationship you’re working to sustain. Take time to ensure that you’re on the same page, and that you’re both getting what you need.

You don’t have all the time in the world to enjoy sexual intimacy like other couples so the goal should be to make the best out of the little time you get with each other.

By already addressing these issues, you know how to maximize the pleasure in the limited time that you get to spend with each other every now and then.

2. Sexy pictures/videos

This is a no-brainer actually. You should be able to trust your partner enough to protect these private images. Afterall, why go into a long distance relationship in the first instance if you do not trust your partner that much.

3. Other methods

Something as simple as a sexy voice note in your turned on voice can do the trick sometimes. But don’t cramp your style by limiting yourself to only the things listed in this piece.

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How To Boost Your Immune System Against Coronavirus



In the wake of the outbreak of the novel COVID-19, Medical Practitioner Benjamin Nyarko has thrown more light on the steps one can use to boost their immune system.

Speaking on Adom TV’s “Nkwa Hia” hosted by Afia Amankwah Tamakloe, Dr Nyarko spelt out some simple tips that can aid in boosting the immune system against the virus.

According to Dr Nyarko, early morning exercises helps the blood circulates smoothly. He also encouraged everyone to take in the early morning sun which contains vitamins D.

He further highlighted some fruits that also aids to boost the immune system. He mentioned that fruits like grape, apricot, Mango, pawpaw, watermelon provides the body with Vitamins A. Starwberries, grapes, oranges, lime, lemon, Pineapple and apple also gives the body Vitamins C. Dr Nyarko emphasized that tomato also gives the body Vitamins C but needs to be eaten raw. He mentioned that it loses it strength when it gets into contact with heat, hence should not be cooked before consumption.

Fruits like sunflower seeds, avocado, blackberries also gives vitamins E.
Omega-3 foods also constitutes of salmon, herrings, Indian almonds and spinach also a great immune booster.

Dr Nyarko disclosed that the COVID-1 managed to kill a lot of the Whites because of the excessive in take of refined sugar and processed foods.
He emphasized that the excessive intake of these refined sugar gradually weakens the immune system of the body

Everyday activities that stresses the body also weakens the immune system he stated. Dr Nyarko has recommended an 8 hour sleep for adults and 10 hours sleep for children up to 14 years to boost their immune system.

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