Thursday, 25 October 2012

Girl Sells Her Virginity For £487,000!

Catarina Migliorini
Catarina Migliorini, 20, was one of two virgins to take part in the auction for an Australian documentary.

A Japanese man bid £487,000 to be the first to take her to bed.
Catarina said she would use the money to study medicine in Argentina, according to Brazilian newspaper Folha de Sao Paulo.

And in case you think this is not happening just hear what the girl herself has to say about it.

 ''I am 20, I am responsible for my body and I am not hurting anyone,” she said.
“For me, it’s not prostitution. When someone does something once in his or her life, this is not considered a profession. If you take a picture and it comes out good, you are not a photographer because of it.According to the auction’s terms, Catarina will undergo a medical examination to prove she is a virgin and the consummation will take place within the next ten days.

The "rules" also ban the use of sex toys, kissing and recording, as well as stipulating a minimum time of one hour.

Each virgin will reportedly receive $20,000 as well as 90 percent of their "sale" figure.
Catarina was previously said to be taking part to raise money for the poor.

What do you think about this?The fact that some people have come to begin to see virginity as a very precious thing that can be bought with money to create a controversial business is very ridiculous.That some girls are also lured into this kind of venture tells one how depraved our society have become.Let those who want to promote and support it continue but lets all recall that a society without morality will eventually self-destruct.

Source:The Sun Uk

Thursday, 18 October 2012

Mothers Selling Their Breast Milk:A New Trend?

Women in the UK and U.S are selling their breast milk online, despite serious concerns that it could be harmful for babies.Mothers can donate and receive breast milk for free via milk banks. These centres store breast milk for babies whose mothers can't breastfeed. However, they give priority to babies who are sick.

Mothers are using community forums, including Facebook, to make some quick cash out of their extra milk.

Buying breast milk is tempting to new parents struggling to express their own, as it provides babies with better protection against illnesses and allergies compared to formula.The banks collect expressed milk from pre-screened mothers who have a plentiful supply and a baby under six-months old. It is then pasteurised before it is offered to nearby hospitals.

But today doctors in Germany warned new parents against privately obtaining their baby's food through social networks such as Facebook. 

The Professional Association of Pediatricians said that although breast is generally the best option for newborns, mothers unable to breastfeed should not turn to the internet.
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Saturday, 13 October 2012

Sleeping On Your Back When Pregnant Increases Stillbirth Risk

Pregnant women who sleep on their back may increase stillbirth risk

  • Women who sleep on their backs six times more likely to have stillbirth
  • May reduce blood flow through a major vein that supplies blood to the womb
  • But researchers stress no definitive link established

Pregnant women who sleep on their backs may increase the risk of miscarriage, Australian research has found.

The study, known as the Sydney Stillbirth Study, looked at the pregnancies of 295 women from eight hospitals around Australia.

The five-year study found that women who sleep on their backs are six times more likely to have a stillborn baby.Lead researcher Dr Adrienne Gordon, from Sydney's Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, said previous research had suggested prolonged periods in this position restricted blood flow to the baby.

It's thought that sleeping on the right side or on the back reduces blood flow through a major vein from the legs to the heart, which affects the supply to the womb.
The researchers added it was important that women who are currently pregnant 'don’t become alarmed if they sometimes sleep on their back'.

Experts have pointed out previously that three-quarters of pregnant women sleep mostly on the left side – higher than the rate in women who are not pregnant.

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Company Linked to Meningitis Scare Besieged as deaths Rise

CHICAGO (Reuters) -The company that produced contaminated medications linked to an unprecedented fungal Meningitis outbreak faced mounting scrutiny on Saturday over whether it illegally sold drugs to medical facilities, as the death toll from the disease grew to 15.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said another person died from meningitis, the second death in Indiana. The number of cases of the disease reported reached 201 in 14 states, according to the CDC and state officials.
Illinois reported its first case of meningitis from a steroid injection and New Hampshire officials reported that state's first four confirmed cases from the outbreak, which showed no signs of abating.
Tennessee is the worst affected state with six deaths and 52 cases followed by Michigan with three deaths and 41 cases, including one case of an infection that has not been confirmed as meningitis.
As federal and state authorities scrambled to contain the outbreak, investigators were trying to determine how the medication produced by New England Compounding Center was contaminated and whether its sprawling drug supply business complied with licensing laws.
A series of emails between the company and a clinic in Mississippi reviewed by Reuters show that NECC sold drugs without requiring physicians to supply individual patient prescriptions. The customer confirmed that NECC supplied the clinic with drugs without patient names or prescriptions, which are required by a number of states including Massachusetts, where the company is based.

Tuesday, 9 October 2012

Technical Aid Corps 2012 Recruitment

 Technical Aids corps Recruitment 2012

Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Abuja welcome applications from qualified candidates  for Nigeria Technical Aid Corps (TAC) Massive Volunteer Recruitment for the 2012 to 2014 Biennium.

The Technical Aid Corps (TAC) scheme is a viable volunteer programme operated by African countries across ACP countries(African,Caribbean and Pacific countries).One of Nigeria core foreign policy objective has been technical aid and assistance.

The technical aids corps (TAC) scheme was established by the Federal Government of Nigeria in 1987 to assist States in Africa, Caribbean and specific regions in their social-economic development effort through the participation of Nigeria experts in various fields of Human endeavor.


Key objectives of the scheme are:

  • Sharing Nigeria’s know-how and expertise with other ACP countries
  • Giving assistance on the basis of assessed and perceived needs of recipient countries
  • Ensuring a streamlined programme of assistance to other developing countries
  • Acting as a channel through which South-South collaboration is enhanced
  • Establishing a presence in countries which, for economic reasons, Nigeria has no resident diplomatic mission.
  • Promoting cooperation and understanding between Nigeria and recipient countries
  • Facilitating meaningful contact between youths of Nigeria and those of recipient countries
  • Complementing other forms of assistance to ACP countries
Applications are invited from the profession listed below

1.) Engineering:

Water resource/Hydraulic, Thermal Machine Design, Industrial, Manufacturing, Mineral Processing, Agriculture, Mining, Geology, Electronics, Automobile, Communication, Microelectronics, Road and Transport, Applied Mechanics, Computer, Highway, Electronics or Nuclear Physics, Sanitary, Food Technology, Process Control and Instrumentation, Chemical process, Re-inforced Concrete, Control System, Plant Layout and Production Planning, Engineering Materials, Garment Technology, Fashion Design, Textile Chemical Process, Quality Control in Textile, Physical Chemistry, Chemical Engineering and Geo-physics.

2.) Nursing And Midwifery:
Midwives, Nurse Anaesthetists, Psychiatric Nurses, Theatre Nurses, Nurse Tutors, OR-Nurse and Public Health Nurses. Etc

3.) Teaching:
Teachers in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, English Language, Agriculture, History, Christian Religious Knowledge, Islamic Religious Knowledge, General Education, Home Economics, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Economics, Arts & Crafts, General Science, Vocational/Technical Education, Food Science Technology, Hotel Service, Tourism Studies specializing in travel operations, Special Education, Educational Administration, Educational Psychology, Curriculum Development, Childhood Education, Technical drawing, Economics, Business Education, Marketing, Purchasing, Banking and Finance, Accounting, Information technology, Geography and Health Science. 

 4.) Lecturers:
Lecturers in English Language, African Literature, Modern African History, English Literature, Linguistics, Theatre Arts, Library Science, Statistics, Computer Science, Mathematics, Architecture, Textile & Weaving, Music, Art & Crafts, Quantity Surveying, Land Surveying, Chemical Pathology, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mass Communication, Organic Chemistry, Banking and Finance, Accounting, Business Administration, Coaches/Instructors, in Football, Basketball, Boxing, Athletics, Physical Education, Biochemistry, Computer Programming & Technology, Geography, Sociology and Social work, Anthropology, History, Genetics, Botany, Zoology, International Relations, Comparative Government/Politics, International Law, Policy Analysis, Urban/Regional Economics, Cooperatives, Economics, Econometrics, Natural Resource Economics, Environmental Economics/Policy, Experimental Physics, Theoretical Physics, Bio-statistics ecology, Food Microbiology, Entomology, Environmental Microbiology/ Biotechnology, Vector Biology/ Parasitology, Quality Assurance and Laboratory management, Toxicology , Urban Transportation Planning, Planning Theory, Environmental Planning, System Dynamics & Technology Policy, Research & Planning, Educational Administration, Curriculum Development, Testing and Evaluation, Educational Psychology, General Agriculture, Soil Science, Animal Science, Agriculture Economics, Wood science, Forest Science, Bio-diversity, (Environmental Management), Criminal Law, Torts, Family Law, Legal Research, Labour Law, Human Rights, Beef Cattle Production, Water resources, Animal Ecology, Rangeland management, Irrigation Agronomy, Tropical seed, Technology, Biometrics, Crop Protection, Plant Biotechnology.

5.) Medicine

Professionals needed include General Practitioners, Cardiologists, Orthopaedic Surgeons, Pathologists, Pharmacologists, Hematologists, Histopathologists, Surgeons, Micro-biologists, Radiologists/CT-Scan, Urologists, Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Paediatricians, Psychiatrics, Forensic, Medicine, Physicians, Epidemiologists, Entomologists, Dermatologists, Neurologists, Anesthesiologists, Plastic Surgeons, Physiologists, Anatomists, Physiotherapists, Ophthalmic Retinal Surgeons, Optometrists, Occupational Therapists, Dentists, Endoscopists, Pharmacists, Radiographers, Radiologists, Laboratory Technologists, Laboratory Technicians, X-Ray Technicians, Chemical Pathologists, Medical Electronic Engineers, Lep/TB Specialists or MO with Lep/TB Background, Health Planners/Administrators and Clinical Chemists

6.) Health Science:
Surgery, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Paediatrics, radiology, Pharmacology, Pharmacognosy, Biopharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Technology, Human Anatomy, Stress Physiology, Embryology, Histology, Physiology, Biochemistry, Adult Care Nursing, Psychiatric Nursing, Dental health, Physical pharmacology, Pharmacology, Community health science, Psychiatrist/Mental health, Occupational health specialist, Immunology, Haematology, Chemical Nursing (Medical surgical), Peadiatric Nursing, Public nursing, Midwifery nursing, Environmental/occupational hygiene, Anesthesiology, Pychiatry, Pharmaceutical Analysis, Medicinal Chemistry.

7.) Veterinary:
Anatomy, Farm animal anatomy, Physiology, Immunology/Phraseology, Animal Health.
8.) Others:
Production management (with engineering background), Management science, materials Management, Management Economics, Public/Social Service/Industrial Economics, Cooperative Studies; (Theory and Practice, Legal systems, Organization and Management, Agric Cooperative Management, Auditing and Accounting), Business communication, Risk Management and Insurance, Hotel and Tourism Management, Hotel Food Production, Hotel Economics, Management Information Systems, Accounting Information Systems, Auditing Zoology. 

9.) Law:
Lawyers, Prosecutors, Magistrates and Legal Draughtsmen.

10.) Agriculture:
Doctors of Veterinary Medicine, Agric Extension and Development Officers, Nutritionists, Agronomists, Livestock production Experts, Horticulture.

11.) Artisans:
Carpentry and Joinery, Plumbing, Welding, Automobile Mechanics, Brick-laying, Tailoring and Vulcanizing.

  • Candidates must be in possession of a First degree or its equivalent in designated disciplines from recognized universities.
  • Additional higher degree as well as ability to communicate in French, Spanish and Portuguese Languages may be an added advantage.
  • Lecturers in all disciplines must possess PhD or Masters degree with a minimum of 5 years lecturing experience.
  • Knowledge of ICT is compulsory.
  • They must have at least 3 years post NYSC experience.
  • Candidates applying as Artisans must possess Full City and Guilds certificate and other professional certificates in their respective trades.
How To Apply
All applicant should submit a typewritten to the Directorate with the following details:
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Photocopies of Certificates
  • Photocopy of NYSC discharge Certificate/Exemption certificate
  • Testimonials
  • All foreign certificates are to be authenticated by the Federal Ministry of Education.
Application deadline:
14th November, 2012.
Applications should be addressed to:
The Director/CEO
Directorate of Technical Aids Corps
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
No. 35, Alex Ekwueme Way, 
Cadastral Zone Jabi District,
Abuja, FCT. 
P.M.B 102,
Garki Main Post Office, 
Abuja, FCT.
  • Candidates who had previously undergone orientation are still eligible and therefore need not apply
  • Applications would not be entertained after closing date.
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Tuesday, 2 October 2012

Nurse Of The Month

Blessing Chinenye
You can see here beauty.She is a brilliant and hardworking professional all the time.
Full of humor and always dazzling with smiles that light up the gloomiest heart.Diligent and friendly...
Meet Blessing,our Nurse of the week from:
Nursing Country.

Name: Chinenye Blessing
Birthday: 19 October

Likes: sincere and compassionate and caring people.

Dislikes:Insincerity,callousness and stubbornness

Aspirations:To be the best in the Nursing profession and to touch millions of hearts positively while she has the time.

Word to Nurses:Never give up but recall that what you do extends beyond time.

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NURSES BILL OF RIGHTS: Registered nurses...
By Obioha Sam Okoro  

Registered nurses promote and restore
health, prevent illness, and protect the
people entrusted to their care. They work
to alleviate the suffering experienced by
individuals, families, groups and communities.
In so doing, nurses provide
services that maintain respect for human
dignity and embrace the uniqueness of
each patient and the nature of his or her
health problems, without restriction with
regard to social or economic status.
To maximize the contributions nurses make to society, it is necessary to protect the
dignity and autonomy of nurses in the
workplace. To that end, the following
rights must be afforded:
 Nurses have the
right to practice in a manner that fulfills their obligations to
society and to those who receive nursing
Nurses have the right to practice in
environments that allow them to act in
accordance with professional standards
and legally authorized scopes of practice.
Nurses have the right to a work
environment that supports and facilitates
ethical practice, in accordance with the
Code of Ethics for Nurses with
Interpretive Statements.
 Nurses have the
right to freely and openly advocate for themselves and their
patients, without fear of retribution.
Nurses have the right to fair compensation
for their work, consistent
with their knowledge, experience and
professional responsibilities. 
Nurses have the right to a work environment that is safe for themselves
and for their patients. Nurses have the
right to negotiate the conditions of their
employment, either as
individuals or collectively, in all practice settings.