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Drinking Beer Daily Can Double A Man’s Chances Of Reaching 90 Years — Study Reveals

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A daily tipple nearly doubles a man’s hope of hitting 90, a study says.

Those on half a pint of beer a day are 81 per cent more likely than teetotallers to reach a tenth decade.

Women who drink similar amounts increase by a third their chance of reaching that landmark.

Even blokes who consumed three nips of whisky or two pints daily — double the recommended NHS maximum — are two-thirds more likely to live to that ripe age when compared to abstainers.

The booze habits of 5,500 people were tracked by researchers from Maastricht University in Holland for over two decades.

Lead researcher Prof Dr Piet van den Brandt said: “Our analyses show significantly positive associations between alcohol and longevity in men and women.”

One theory is moderate drinking is good for heart health. But too much booze can be toxic, explaining why bingers do badly.

However, the researchers claim their results do not mean teetotallers should hit the bottle.

They said: “The results should not be used as motivation to start drinking.”

But Prof Dame Sally Davies, former Chief Medical Officer, said even one pint a week increases the risk of cancer.

And Sir Ian Gilmore, from Alcohol Health Alliance UK, claimed: “There is no evidence to suggest non-drinkers should start for the good of their health.”

NHS guidelines recommend no more than 14 units of alcohol weekly – roughly six pints of beer or six standard glasses of wine.

Source: Thesun.co.uk

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4 Small Things To Teach Your Children If You Want Their Success In Life — Reno Omokri

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Life coach cum author, Reno Omokri has listed four things that are almost neglected which parents should teach their children if they really must be successful in life.

Omokri wrote:

4 small things that you should teach your children, which will affect their success in life.

* Praying immediately they wake up. It keeps them God centred, and inspires them to act as if God is with them all day.

* Making their bed when they get up. That small achievement puts them in the right mindset to achieve more things during the day.

* Greeting their parents. It helps them acquire good manners. Good manners open more doors than good looks or good books.

* Wash their plates. It teaches them to clean up their own mess in life, earning them more favour

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“If You Live In A Rented House, Do Not Drink, Smoke Or Play Sports Betting” — Reno Omokri

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Former presidential aide and life coach, Reno Omokri has shared a piece of hard truth with all who find themselves living in rented spaces and what they need to do to own their own houses.

According to him, there are some habits that those living in rented spaces put up that will make them unable to save to build their own houses if they don’t stop.

Reno Omokri believes that habits such as smoking, drinking and playing of sports betting on the regular by these people rob them of their chances to put money together to build their own houses.

In other words, he is advising that as long as you don’t live in your own house, do not involve yourself in acts that will elongate the possibility of you breaking out from hopping from one apartment or room to the other.

“You live in a rented house, and you smoke, drink, and play sports betting daily. Do you know that if you stop those negative habits and channel the savings into a building, you can have your own home in less than 5 years? Stop smoking your house!” he tweeted.

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Public Marriage Proposals Often End In Private Disaster — Pastor Laurie Idahosa

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Laurie Idahosa, who is the Pastor of My Church Unusual, has shared her opinion on public proposals.

Idahosa advise against public proposals. She added that marriage proposal is meant to be intimate and private.

She went on to warn men that any woman who tells a man how to propose, won’t give the man peace in their marriage.

She ended her tweet by saying that public proposals end in private disaster.

She wrote: “A marriage proposal is an intimate, private matter, not a video production made to post on your social media handles.

“Guys watch out for the lady who tells you how to propose. She won’t let you rest your entire marriage.

“Public proposals oftentimes end in private disaster.”

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