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Men do not want to marry these types of women

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Just like women avoid certain kinds of men, men too run away from a few type of women.

It sounds condescending but there are certain acts, gestures, behaviour which repels most men and they try to avoid you at all costs.

For a better understanding, scroll down to know the type of women men do not want to spend their lives with.

  1. Mind gamer

Initially all men love chasing. They give you more importance when you don’t give them attention. But after a while it becomes a pain for them. If this turns him into an insecure man then the woman is definitely out of his life.

2. The changing sorts

Oh they hate becoming a project for someone because no matter how much mothering men need, in the end, they do not want a woman who is on a mission to change them. If the woman loves him then why change? From wardrobe changes to music preferences to even how he likes to arrange the cushions on his bed, NO!

3. Bossy

Men have an ego and taking orders is just not there in their programming. Sometimes it is fine when it boils down to his grammar and how he walks etc, the cuteness goes out of the window.

4. Jealousy

A little bit of jealousy once in a blue moon is fine but being on the edge always, asking for his password etc is not something let alone a man, even a woman would accept. Such a partner is on no one’s list.

5. Her life revolves around him

If a woman behaves as if she will die without him and she has no life of her own, is super clingy, this will suffocate a man. Well even a woman wants her space so it is not just with men. It is important that the partner has her own to-do list, own set of friends. Besides, when you are at someone’s beck and call, people lose interest in you because you are too available.

6. Mommy and Daddy

Reporting everything to her parents is annoying for any man. Nobody likes a partner who has not yet come out of her egg shell. Initially he sees her as someone who cares a lot for the family but after a while taking permission to do anything with him, everytime, can get on his nerves.

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Scams to look out for this Black-Friday

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AS the curtain comes down on the year 2021, the buzz word this week will be Black Friday.

For those who are not up to speed with the concept, Black Friday is a colloquial term for the Friday following Thanksgiving Day in the United States.

Many stores offer highly promoted sales at discounted prices and often open very early, sometimes as early as midnight or even on Thanksgiving Day.

This American concept has fast become a global trend and this coming Friday, the shopping frenzy continues.

This Black Friday comes at the backdrop of dire socio-economic challenges.

While many of us will be shopping around for those crazy deals and discounts, there are some threats and scams one needs to take note of.

According to the Cnet publication, these are some of the things we need to look out for this coming Black Friday:

1. Look out for fake websites and fraudulent apps

According to tech experts, the phishing concept’s goal is for hackers to get their hands on your personal information, like your credit card number, social security or account password. Pretending to be a large retail corporation, the fraudsters send out an official-looking email or text message, usually with a link to a fraudulent website designed to look just like a legitimate site. According to experts, if you receive an email asking you to update your payment method or requesting other personal information, contact the company’s help desk to make sure the email is legit before you do anything else.

2. Card scams can also happen digitally

This, according to experts, happens when a hacker places an object over a card reader, disguised to look like part of the ATM, and then waits for people to swipe their cards. A day or week later, the thief takes the object known as a skimmer back and collects the mountain of stolen card information stored inside, which they can then use to make purchases, withdraw money and more. Tim Mackey, principal security strategist for Synopsis, suggests that people don’t save the card details on retail websites. He also suggests that if possible, one should use a third-party payment method like Apple Pay, Google Wallet or PayPal.

3. Try to wire all your transfers

According to Health Care Family magazine, on this Black Friday, try and use your credit card to purchase goods. It offers you the most protection against purchases that don’t turn out to be what you expected. A debit card can be a good choice, too, if you’re only shopping at stores and sites you trust and frequent often.

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Cellphone exposure may harm-sperm

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Putting your phone in your pocket may harm sperm!

In men with no exposure to cellphones, 50% to 85% of their sperm had a normal ability to move towards an egg – that fell by an average of 8% among men exposed to cellphones.

Men who carry a cellphone in their pants pocket may harm their sperm and reduce their chances of having children, a new review warns.

The research team analysed the findings of 10 studies that examined how cellphone exposure may affect male fertility.

Among men with no exposure to cellphones, 50% to 85% of their sperm had a normal ability to move towards an egg.

That fell by an average of 8% among men exposed to cellphones. Similar effects were seen for sperm viability, which refers to the proportion of sperm that were alive, according to the study published in the journal Environment International.

The effects of cellphone exposure on sperm concentration (the number of sperm per unit of semen) were unclear, the investigators noted.

Electromagnetic radiation

Most adults worldwide own mobile phones, and about 14% of couples in middle- and high-income nations have difficulty conceiving, the researchers said. They also noted that previous studies have suggested radio-frequency electromagnetic radiation emitted by cellphones can harm male fertility.

“Given the enormous scale of mobile phone use around the world, the potential role of this environmental exposure needs to be clarified,” study leader Fiona Mathews, of the biosciences department at the University of Exeter in England, said in a university news release.

“This study strongly suggests that being exposed to radio-frequency electromagnetic radiation from carrying mobiles in trouser pockets negatively affects sperm quality. This could be particularly important for men already on the borderline of infertility, and further research is required to determine the full clinical implications for the general population,” she said.

While the study found an association between cellphone exposure and male infertility, the study was not designed to determine a cause-and-effect relationship.

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Benefits of chewing gum

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WHAT does Gavin Hunt, Rihanna and Katy Perry have in common?

Besides their apparent passion for what they do, all three are popular for always being seen chewing bubblegum.

A lot of people chew gum for various reasons.

Some chew it to keep their mouth fresh, while many sportsmen and women chew it to keep the saliva in their mouth, which in turn prevents them from constantly spitting on the pitch.

According to experts, there are many benefits to chewing gum.

According to Healthline magazine, these are some of the benefits of chewing gum:

1. Chewing gum reduces stress and boosts your memory.

Studies have found that chewing gum while performing tasks can improve various aspects of brain function, including alertness, memory, understanding, and making decisions. The studies found that students who chewed gum over a period of seven or 19 days had reduced scores for depression, anxiety, and stress compared to those who did not. Those who chewed gum also achieved greater academic success.

2. Chewing gum also helps you lose weight.

Bubblegum is sweet and low in calories, giving you a sweet taste without negatively affecting your diet. Some research suggests that chewing gum could reduce your appetite, which could prevent you from overeating. Furthermore, chewing gum between meals decreased feelings of hunger and reduced intake of high carb snacks in the afternoon.

3. Chewing gum protects your teeth and reduces bad breath.

Chewing sugar-free gum could help protect your teeth from cavities. This is because sugar feeds the bad bacteria in your mouth, which can damage your teeth. Studies have found that chewing gums sweetened with xylitol are more effective than other sugar-free gums at preventing tooth decay. This is because xylitol prevents the growth of the bacteria that causes tooth decay and bad breath.

4. It helps in eliminating nausea.

According to WebMd, if you feel sick, the saliva production from chewing gum may help you feel better. This is especially true for motion sickness and morning sickness during pregnancy.

5. It helps you stay alert and awake.

According to Select-Health magazine, if you are struggling to stay alert at work, chewing gum could be the simple solution you’re looking for. One study revealed that chewing gum can fight sleepiness. Anything mint flavoured is the most effective gum to battle midday yawns.

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