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Study shows why rich men love smaller breasts, poor men prefer big breasts

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Study has shown that rich men love women with small breasts, while the poor love those with big bust.

Psychologists Viren Swami and Martin Tovée conducted a study, which investigated whether men’s access to resources would influence their preferences for breast size in women.

According to Metro UK, the duo carried out two experiments in which they tested whether men who lack material goods would find larger breasts more desirable than men who do have material goods.

For the first experiment, they explored the relationship between financial security and men’s preferences in breast size. They recruited 266 men from three parts of Malaysia that varied in socio-economic status – low, medium and high.

Each participant was shown animated female figures, each varying in breast size. They then rated them out of five for physical attractiveness. And it turned out, men with a lower socio-economic status found larger breasts more appealing than those with a higher socio-economic status.

They then compared breast size ratings in a second experiment which reflected upon the evolutionary perspective of breast size – being that it is a signal of a woman’s ability to bear and nurture a child. But this time, they did it based on a full stomach.

They used 66 hungry male university students, and 55 with satisfied appetites to test whether the security of food had an effect on their preferences, participating as they either entered or exited their campus cafeteria between 6pm and 7pm.

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They also only used white males for this study, as ethnicity is known to influence breast size preferences.

Again, they were shown five women with varying sized breasts. And apparently, the hungry males preferred the bigger breasted women more than the satiated men.

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Oyo Govt, NGO partner against Tropical diseases

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The Oyo State Government has expressed its readiness to collaborate with Non-Governmental organisations to curb the menace of neglected tropical diseases among primary school pupils in the State.

The Executive Chairman, Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board, Dr. Nureni Aderemi Adeniran made this known when he received executive members of the State Primary Health-care Board and Evidence Action, a non-governmental organisation in his office.

Adeniran who received the visitors on an advocacy visit on behalf of the State Government, promised to lend necessary support required to the team, so as to ensure that Primary schools across 33 Local governments are reached by the programme.

“We would ensure all Local Government Universal Basic Education Authorities across the 33 Local Governments receive circulars, alerting them of this exercise, ahead of its commencement on November 26, 2019”, he said.

He maintained that although the Board is also looking into ways of engaging in preventive other than curative measures, it is practically impossible for Oyo State Government alone to engage in such activities without involving NGOs.

In his words, “School-based deworming exercise for Primary School pupils in Oyo State is an exercise which shouldn’t be taken with levity, considering the havoc some of these neglected tropical diseases may have caused in some parts of the country.”

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The Executive Chairman added that the State Government is fully aware of the dangers involved in the neglect of tropical diseases, saying, “this is why the Government is lending its full backing of the deworming exercise”.

He also expressed optimism that deworming exercise would be extended to out-of-school-children in each Local Government of the State.

The visit by the team was to intimate the Board of the forthcoming deworming exercise, which serves as curative measure for some tropical diseases, especially in rural areas in the State.

Commencing on November 26, the exercise is an annual outreach organised by the State Primary Health-care Board in collaboration with Evidence Action, targeted at Primary school children.

Deworming drugs, such as, Mebenzdazel and Praizquantel would be administered on every child, while it would end on November 29th, 2019.

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‘Abstinence still best way to control AIDS’, says Makinde

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Oyo State Governor, Engineer Seyi Makinde, on Tuesday, stated that, though there had been some progresses with regards to anti-retroviral medication, but abstinence from sex remained the best way to control the spread of AIDS.

 

The governor who stated this during the inauguration of  the Oyo State Agency for the Control of AIDS, SACA Board, noted that dealing with the scourge of AIDS “is of utmost importance to his administration.”

 

According to a statement signed by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Mr. Taiwo Adisa, the State’s First Lady, Engr. Tamunominini Makinde, chairs the Board, while Dr. Lanre Abass is the Executive Secretary.

In his speech shortly after inaugurating the Board, Governor Makinde said: “Health is one of the pillars which this administration is resting on, and dealing with the scourge of HIV in our society is of utmost importance to this administration.

“Some of you like Reverend Babatunde and Dr Titilayo [representing inter-religious body] are also very important to this advocacy because when you either stand on the pulpit or in front of the congregation in mosque when you are preaching, you can also put the word out there for people to know. There has been a lot of progress on the anti-retroviral medication but abstinence is the best way to control the spread of HIV/AIDS scourge.

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“I don’t have any doubt in my mind that we have assembled the best hands to manage the affairs of Oyo State Agency for control of AIDS. I have taken time to reflect on what was the modus operandi in the past and I can say to you clearly that the State used to be supplied with medications that were just about to expire. They have brought some of them to me and, please, that era should be over and be over for good in Oyo State.”

The Governor disclosed that, though some people had been putting pressure on him to probe the activities of the immediate past SACA Board headed by the wife of the former governor of the State, Senator Abiola Ajimobi, he had decided to be forward-looking and to focus on moving the state forward.

“Some people have even came to us and said we must probe activities of the past board and you all know the chairperson of that board. So, it’s a no-go-area for me. We want to be forward-looking. Whatever has happened in the past should be in the past. Let us draw the line and focus on our own result areas.

“I want to thank you for accepting to serve the people of Oyo State in this capacity and I also wish you a successful and impactful tenure,” Governor Makinde said.

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Earlier, SACA’s Executive Secretary, Dr. Abass, maintained that the Makinde administration’s focus on the health sector had seen it paying particular attention to HIV/AIDS response by ensuring that people hade access to relevant information, HIV testing services and access to treatment, care and support for people living with the virus.

He, however, noted that though the State had made progress in scaling up HIV treatment and prevention services in recent time, a development which he noted impacted positively on the prevalence rate in the State, all stakeholders still had a lot of work to do.

 

 

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Oyo Govt. To Introduce Environmental Brigades In Public Schools

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Oyo State Commissioner for Environment, Hon Ayoola

Oyo State Government has revealed plans to enforce environmental laws in the State in order to bring about its desired conducive environment for human and businesses to thrive in the State as the State planned to institute Environmental Brigades in public schools to drive the campaign against poor environmental attitude.

 

The Commissioner for Environment and Natural Resources, Rt. Hon. Kehinde Ayoola said this today during a meeting with refuse contractors in the State.

 

He stated that the State Government has established four tribunals and task force which would further enshrine the dictates of the environmental law in Oyo State.

 

Ayoola said the State Government would introduce different layers of enforcement through campaigns across the state.

 

“The State Government would introduce different layers of enforcement, through campaigns involving stakeholders. We would also introduce Environmental brigades in schools and communities.

 

“We are not just going to impose sanctions on offenders, we want all concerned to be part of the campaign to rid our environment of dirt so we can all enjoy the benefit of cleaner surrounding and give room for expansion of commerce as a consequence of clean environment,” he said.

 

Berating the waste collection mechanism in the State, the Commissioner said all hands are on deck to ensure a more efficient mechanism, promising to look into the situation soon.

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“We noticed the slow pace of the waste collection mechanism. We will make sure the pace is faster and efficient, very soon. We are working on this.”

 

Urging refuse contractors to put more efforts on collection of refuse at homes in the State capital, Hon. Ayoola also assured them of government’s intervention in creating more dump sites in the State.

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