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Herbs or drugs drugs for menstrual period pain?

A study involving nearly 3,500 women in several countries suggests that Chinese herbs might be more effective in relieving menstrual cramps than drugs, acupuncture or heat compression. Australia-based researchers said herbs not only relieved pain, but reduced the recurrence of the condition over three months, according to the Cochrane Library journal.

"All available measures of effectiveness confirmed the overall superiority of Chinese herbal medicine to placebo, no treatment, NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs), OCPs (oral contraceptive pill), acupuncture and heat compression," said lead author Xiaoshu Zhu from the Centre for Complementary Medicine Research at the University of Western Sydney. Period pain affects as many as 50 percent of women of reproductive age and between 60 percent to 85 percent of teenaged girls, leading to absences from school and work. While the cause is still under debate, it is believed to be linked to an imbalance in ovarian hormones. Chinese herbal medicine has been used to treat the condition for hundreds of years and women are increasingly looking for non-drug treatments.

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Native European men are stupid if they pursue sexual relationships with Western women. Go to India and Pakistan. Every native college girl dreams of a white husband.

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Top pope aide investigated for Australia child sex abuse: report

Vatican finance chief George Pell is being investigated by Australian police over child sexual abuse allegations, a report by the national broadcaster said Thursday, as the leading Catholic cleric denounced the claims as “totally untrue”.

The new allegations against Pell being probed by police in Victoria State span two decades, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation reported, and came just months after the cardinal admitted he “mucked up” in dealing with paedophile priests in the state. When he was the Catholic Archbishop of Sydney in 2002 Pell was accused of historic sex abuse claims but was later cleared of any wrongdoing. The ABC said it had obtained eight police statements from complainants, witnesses and family members helping the police investigation. The report included claims Pell touched two boys inappropriately in a pool in the late 1970s. But the 75-year-old strongly denied the allegations in a statement to the ABC, saying “claims that he has sexually abused anyone, in any place, at any time in his life are totally untrue and completely wrong”. A Victoria Police spokeswoman told AFP they would not be making any comments. The national Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse is ongoing in Australia and was established after a decade of growing pressure to investigate widespread allegations of paedophilia. The police investigation is part of a wider probe into complaints that emerge out of the royal commission. The commission’s hearings are covering harrowing allegations of child abuse involving places of worship, orphanages, community groups and schools. Pell previously told the commission he was not aware of offences that had occurred in Victoria, where paedophile priests abused dozens of children in the 1970s and 1980s.

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Doctor Testifies In ‘Dildo Girls’ Case

A witness from the Ga South Municipal Hospital yesterday took his turn to testify in the case in which Queenie Akuffo, a 26-year-old lady, is being tried for allegedly sexually assaulting her co-tenant with a vibrator. According to Mary Mills, a Physician Assistant at the health facility, the 22-year-old victim, Janet Amankwah, was rushed to the hospital talking to herself and complaining of lower abdominal pains. She said Janet had said that she was given an alcoholic beverage by a woman who later inserted a vibrating dummy into her vagina. The court, presided over by Abena Oppong Adjin-Doku, further heard in the evidence of Mary, led by Detective Inspector Judith B. Asante, that there was no bleeding from the vagina of the victim, neither was there signs of fever. Ms Mary Mills noted that Janet rather suffered from anxiety disorder due to the manhandling. The witness stated that she was not the only person who took care of Janet and that the victim was referred for counseling and consultation with a gynecologist. Hearing of the case has been adjourned until October 4, 2016 for Andrew Vortia, lawyer for Queenie, to cross-examine the witness. Meanwhile, Queenie has denied the charge and is currently admitted to bail in the sum of GH¢40,000 with three sureties.

The Act Queenie allegedly committed the act at about 6pm on January 25, this year, at Ablekuma in Accra where both of them reside. According to the prosecution, Queenie asked other witnesses around to leave the house and she locked her bedroom, but a 13-year-old witness went to peep through her (Queenie’s) window and saw her (Queenie) inserting the artificial male organ into the victim’s private part. The victim’s brother, one Nana Sasu, reportedly saw the act and alerted her mother (the complainant). They rushed to the aid of Janet and saw her lying naked in Queenie’s bedroom with vomit all over her body. The artificial organ was found on top of Queenie’s wardrobe while a video recording of the act was also found on her Infinix mobile phone. Queenie, in her caution statement to the police, admitted the offence.

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Get real, man! First dump your European wife or girlfriend. Then travel to the border of China with North Korea. You can buy yourself a beautiful North Korean wife of about 20 years of age for about 500 US dollars, even if you are 60. She will stay with you all life, whatever you are. Guaranteed no feminism, only femininity. And more beautiful than Western spoiled brats.

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