Former Italy and Juventus star Andrea Pirlo was Saturday named as the Italian champions’ new coach, the club announced.
Pirlo, 41, replaces Maurizio Sarri who was sacked after just one season as Juventus crashed out of the Champions League in the last 16 to French club Lyon on Friday.
Pirlo has signed a two-year contract.
Details later . . .
Allow your husbands suck your breasts — Expert Counsels women
Roseline Oladimeji, a Chief Nursing Sister, in Lagos on Thursday advised pregnant women to allow their husbands to suck their breasts to prepare them for breastfeeding after delivery.
Ms Oladimeji gave the advice at a sensitisation programme marking the 2021 World Breastfeeding Week (WBW) organised by the Amuwo Odofin Maternal and Child Centre (AOMCC), Festac Town.
“Allow your husbands to suck your breasts during pregnancy. Apart from bonding, it will help the nipples to be out and make it easier for your baby to latch on.
“You can also rub vaseline on your nipples at night before going to sleep. It also helps to soften it, (the breasts)” the nursing sister said.
She urged pregnant women to prepare their breasts during pregnancy to avoid lactation problems after delivery.
She added that the colostrum – the yellowish milk that flows within the first five days of delivery – contains nutrients that helps boost the baby’s immunity.
“It is still breast milk,” she said.
Ms Oladimeji cautioned that certain food, herbs and medications could hurt babies if they cross into the breast milk.
She particularly noted that drinking palmwine to improve lactation could introduce alcohol into the baby’s system during breastfeeding.
Ms Oladimeji further cautioned mothers seeking advice from people who were not qualified to take care of babies to avoid causing harm to their children.
Also, the hospital’s Dietician, Gbemisola Ogundipe, advised lactating mothers to ensure they take well-balanced meals and lots of water to increase the volume and quality of their breast milk.
“A breastfeeding mother should have meat, fish, eggs and vegetables in her meals. She should also take a glass of juice or smoothies.
“She should increase her fluid intake and this can come in form of water, milk, yoghurt, ice cream and pap,” she said.
Ms Ogundipe also cautioned women against weaning their babies before they get to one year because of the misconception that breast milk changed to blood when a child turns one year.
She said exclusive breastfeeding was not only beneficial to the babies but also to the mothers and their families as it helps to take the mother to her pre-pregnancy weight and lessen financial pressure for families.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the theme of the 2021 WBW was, ‘Protect Breastfeeding: A Shared Responsibility’.
NAN reports that the World Health Organisation (WHO) and UNICEF said that though there had been progress in breastfeeding rates in the last four decades, the rates in Nigeria reduced with age.
In a joint statement issued by the Director-General of WHO, Tedros Ghebreyesus, and the Executive Director of UNICEF, Henrietta Fore, they stated that rate of exclusive breastfeeding rose from 17 per cent in 2013 to 29 per cent in 2018.
They, however. said that the percentage of children breastfed within one hour of birth in Nigeria estimated at 42 per cent was still less than 50 per cent.
Breastfeeding rates in Nigeria reduced with age – 83 per cent of the children are breastfed up to one year while 28 per cent are breastfeeding till two years.
“It will show that the proportion of the children who are not breastfeeding increases with age,” it said.
Shehu Sani visits Sowere in hospital, tells him to bring his Juju man next time
Senator Shehu Sani has visited Ex-AAC presidential candidate and Sahara Reporters Publisher, Omoyele Sowore in an unnamed hospital in Abuja where he is currently recuperating from an injury.
POLITICS NIGERIA reported on Monday morning that Sowore was shot by a police officer during a protest at Unity Fountain.
Sani disclosed that the fiery journalist was in high spirits, adding that he advised him(Sowore) to come along with his ‘juju’ priest anytime he holds another protest.
“I just visited Comrade @YeleSowore at the Hospital where he is undergoing treatment.He is stable and in high spirit.On the lighter side, I advised him to bring that Juju man to the venue of the next protest.”
It will be recalled that Sowore made headlines a few months ago when he stormed the premises of the Abuja high court with a Voodoo priest for a hearing
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