Dwayne Johnson is officially a married man! The actor, 47, thrilled fans after he announced his surprise nuptials with long-term girlfriend, Lauren Hashian. The couple first met in 2006 and began dating in 2007 The delighted couple tied the knot in his native Hawaii and it looked like the pair said ‘I do’ on the … Continue reading The Rock gets married: Dwayne Johnson, Lauren Hashian tie the knot in Hawaii
Beyoncé's Vogue Portrait taken by Tyler Mitchell, will be on display at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. Tyler Mitchell shared this news on his Instagram on Tuesday, expressing his gratitude and excitement for the honor. "A year ago today we broke the flood gates open. Since then it was important to spend … Continue reading BEYONCÉ’S HISTORIC VOGUE PORTRAIT TO BE DISPLAYED AT SMITHSONIAN
Eczema is a common, chronic, non-infectious skin condition. The main symptom of this inflammatory disease is a very itchy rash. Eczema, also called dermatitis, is a skin condition that causes patches of itchy, irritated skin. There are many types of eczema. Some cases are a response to an allergen or irritant, while others don’t have a clear cause. … Continue reading 7 Home-Made Remedies For Eczema
Seun Kuti, son of late Afrobeat legend, Fela Kuti, has weighed in on the trending window seat conversation involving Wole Soyinka and a young air passenger. In the viral report, the Nigerian man requested Nobel laureate, Wole Soyinka, to vacate his seat on board a flight over the weekend. The episode has since triggered reactions … Continue reading ‘Wole Soyinka never respected elders’ – Seun Kuti joins viral ‘plane seat’ debate
Nigerian doctor, Obinna Oke has shared a rather unfortunate news of the death of an 18-year-old undergraduate student who died after cutting off his manhood. The name of the victim is yet-to-be made public. According to Dr. Oke, the young man who has been allegedly associating with internet fraudsters and may be one … Continue reading Photo: 18-year-old Undergraduate Dies After Cutting Off His Manhood
‘Has anyone else noticed how everyone seems to be calling their boyfriends “Daddy” during sex now?,’ a friend asked recently. Yes, we all agreed. It’s all over social media, you can buy t-shirts with the words ‘Daddy’s girl’ or ‘Yes Daddy’ plastered over the front and ‘make her call you Daddy’ seems to have become a synonym for … Continue reading Why do people call their sexual partners ‘Daddy’?
A teacher (name withheld) of a Catholic Secondary School in Lagos has narrated before an Ikeja Sexual Offences and Domestic Violence Court how an armed robber raped her in her home using a polythene bag (poly bag) as protection. The teacher made the revelation yesterday, while giving evidence during the trial of two men in their … Continue reading Robber raped me with poly bag as condom, teacher tells court
These findings are broadly aligned with other data that suggest that a country’s level of wealth is inversely proportional to its levels of religious commitment as measured by survey responses about daily prayer, belief in God, attendance at religious services and stated importance of religion in one’s life.
We were together for six years but had a lot of problems. Our home was burgled and then his dad died. I couldn’t handle it all and lost out on getting my dream job. I love him deeply but it felt the relationship was on hold all this time. We had so much to deal with we didn’t have time for each other.
If you experience disruptive pain associated with ovulation or nausea, vomiting, fever, chills or pain with urination, it’s best to contact your healthcare provider and talk about your symptoms and your contraceptive. The birth control pill can be helpful in preventing ovulation.
Have you ever wondered what it really feels like to get kicked in the balls? Some dudes compare it to the pain of giving birth (um, no), while others say it's more like getting punched in the stomach by a professional boxer. We'll never know for sure, but that doesn't mean we're not curious about other testicle mysteries.
Giving blood, getting vaccinated, or a stuffy, crowded train car—for some people, these brief moments of everyday discomfort can result in a loss of consciousness. This dramatic reaction is known as vasovagal syncope or neurocardiogenic syncope. (Syncope, by the way, is a fancy term for “fainted.”)