UK’s First Sex Doll Brothel Forced To Shut Down & Now It’s Giving Away Latex Lovers For Free

Britain’s first sex doll brothel has been forced out of its building after complaints from neighbors. Lovedoll UK says with nowhere to store the used silicone prostitutes, it is now giving them away for free.

The company was selling the custom-made dolls out of an industrial estate in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear. Clients would pay £100 ($140) an hour for alone time with a doll as a test run before taking one home for £2,000.

Lovedoll UK says the owner of the building it was renting received complaints from neighboring companies after they discovered the business was hiring out sex dolls by the hour.

The company, which was launched in December 2017, says it has now been left with no choice but to leave the building.

A spokesperson for Lovedoll UK told the Sun: “The time we were given to move out of the business centre did not allow us to arrange transport, storage and a new premises… We did not want to have any downtime, so decided giving away free dolls would be a good way of keeping the business running.”

So far, about £30,000 worth of used sex dolls have been given away to customers who entered into a ‘lottery-style’ draw to win one. The spokesperson said Lovedoll has had hundreds of entries but some winners have cancelled their prize because of “catholic guilt.” The draw is open until Friday.

Anyone wanting to apply for a doll can put their name in with the company and will be informed if they are successful. “You might get a really slim doll or you might get a doll that is more voluptuous,” the spokesperson said.

The company said the giveaway was a way to spread the word about sex dolls and to rid the taboo around them.

“We have had a lot of people who say that they would love a doll but simply cannot afford one, so this is a way of giving back and supporting our customers. We feel that there are a lot of people out there that will be grateful of this offer, so [it’s] just a kind gesture from the company.”

Dolls were being made available for “testing and inspection” at the Gateshead site. The dolls are adult sized and weigh around 30kg, with life-like skin on a metal skeleton and realistic sexual organs.

Customers wanting to test drive one of the dolls must provide contact details and pay in advance. They would then visit a simple set-up in an industrial unit where a key code gains them entry to a small room containing a bed where the doll, wearing negligee, awaits.

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CBS/NBC Downplay GOP Victory in Shutdown, ABC Guilts Dems for ‘Giving In’

Congressional Republicans and President Trump declared victory on Monday over the Democrats in the government shutdown, as the Resistance could no longer hold out and voted on the continuing resolution to fund the government. In an exchange, they received a promise to negotiate and vote on DACA in the next few weeks. The three major network news outlets (ABC, CBS, and NBC) were notably disappointed and frustrated that their party caved after just three days.

CBS Evening News was one of two programs that downplayed the Republican victory. As they were coming on the air, anchor Jeff Glor took on an indefinite tone. “The federal government is fully reopening tonight. Nearly three days after a dispute over immigration led to a closure. Senate Democrats and Republicans reached a deal today to fund the government for a few more weeks and put off a potential DACA fix until next month,” he reported.

Throughout their first report on the shutdown, CBS didn’t declare a winner as the liberal media swiftly did back in 2013. Instead, Congressional Correspondent Nancy Cordes touted the progressive Senators who were still holding out and who conveniently had presidential ambitions. “16 progressive senators, including several presidential hopeful, wanted to hold out for more. California Democrat Kamala Harris said McConnell’s vow fell far short of an ironclad guarantee,” she reported.

Cordes was cheerful that the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) was funded for six years, but suggested it was only a Democratic priority when it was a key priority for Republicans since the six-year funding plan was their idea. Obviously, she was trying to find something positive she could spin for Democrats.  

CBS didn’t declare a winner until their second report, and White House Correspondent Major Garrett seemed frustrated by it. After being asked by Glor about what the President was looking for in the immigration bill, the reporter appeared to snap at him:

 

 

We’ll get to that in a minute, Jeff. One of the reasons the nation didn’t see the President this weekend is because the White House strategy was not to have the President appear to own any part of this shutdown. And the President’s lack of engagement, not a single phone call over the weekend with Democrats, led to a victory largely on his terms.

NBC Nightly News also downplayed the Republican and White House victory. It took until their third report to declare a winner in the shutdown standoff. “So Chuck, back to this shutdown. What happened here? Did Democrats lose their nerve,” fill-in anchor Savannah Guthrie wanted to know.

To put it in football terms, Savannah. I would say this was a false start by the Democrats,” explained Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd. “The Democrats showed their cards. At a minimum, he already knows he’s going to get his wall from Democrats if he gives them DACA. And that in itself is already a small victory for this White House.

ABC anchor David Muir, on World News Tonight, was quick to declare Republicans victorious and did it often, but the network was clearly disappointed in the Democrats and sent them on a guilt trip. “Three days in, and late today, the Senate voting to end it. The House voting just moments ago. The Democrats giving in on the dreamers for now,” he announced in the opening tease.

And Muir did it again during the introduction of their first report. “Today was day three and then Senate Democrats deciding to give in on the dreamers with a promise from Senate Republicans that they’ll take up the issue soon,” he reported. “Senate Majority Leader McConnell emerging triumphant.

 

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In wrapping up her report, Congressional Correspondent Mary Bruce seemed disheartened by the Democrats’ actions, the position they found themselves in, and actually declared they were responsible for the shutdown:

That’s why this is such a political gamble for Democrats. They took a stand here, shutting down the government over Dreamers and it is unclear if they’ll ultimately get what they want. We’re told Schumer’s message tonight to disappointed Democrats: “You have to play the hand you’re dealt. It is what it is.”

Clearly, they all were pulling for one team in particular as they were seemingly acting like their team had just lost the Super Bowl.

Partial transcripts below:

CBS Evening News
January 22, 2018
6:31:18 PM Eastern [2 minutes 28 seconds]

JEFF GLOR: Good evening. The federal government is fully reopening tonight. Nearly three days after a dispute over immigration led to a closure. Senate Democrats and Republicans reached a deal today to fund the government for a few more weeks and put off a potential DACA fix until next month. We begin tonight with chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes, who is on capitol hill.

[Cuts to video]

CHUCK SCHUMER: The Republican leader and I have come to an arrangement.

(…)

NANCY CORDES: 16 progressive senators, including several presidential hopeful, wanted to hold out for more. California Democrat Kamala Harris said McConnell’s vow fell far short of an ironclad guarantee.

(…)

[Cuts back to live]

CORDES: In an attempt to get back on America’s good side, Congress did authorize back pay for all those furloughed workers. And the funding bill that passed today also reinstated the Children’s Health Insurance Program for six years, a big Democratic priority, Jeff.

6:33:46 PM Eastern [1 minute 15 Seconds]

GLOR: Nancy Cordes, thank you very much. White House Correspondent Major Garrett is at the other end of Pennsylvania Avenue. Major, is there any indication we know what the President is looking for now in an immigration bill?

MAJOR GARRETT: We’ll get to that in a minute, Jeff. One of the reasons the nation didn’t see the President this weekend is because the White House strategy was not to have the President appear to own any part of this shutdown. And the President’s lack of engagement, not a single phone call over the weekend with Democrats, led to a victory largely on his terms, as the press secretary said, “This afternoon what the president did clearly worked.”

(…)

NBC Nightly News
January 22, 2018

7:04:52 PM Eastern [1 minute 19 seconds]

SAVANNAH GUTHRIE: This brings us to Chuck Todd, moderator of Meet the Press. So Chuck, back to this shutdown. What happened here? Did Democrats lose their nerve? Has anything really fundamentally changed in terms of where the fights are, where the battles are?

CHUCK TODD: No, I don’t think anything has changed. I would, to put it in football terms, Savannah. I would say this was a false start by the Democrats. The tactic might be an effective tactic but the timing was poor, didn’t have leverage now, there was no sense of urgency and Democrats had no explanation as to why have this fight now instead of in four weeks?

You can make a case in four weeks for them to draw these lines in the sand, but the Republican line was simply, we need more time to negotiate, and as far as the public was hearing, they’re sitting there: “What’s wrong with that? That doesn’t seem unreasonable.”

I do think this, Savannah. We will go right back to where we were over the weekend in about three weeks. I think we’re still a long way away, and if anything, President Trump has to feel good about one thing. The Democrats showed their cards. At a minimum, he already knows he’s going to get his wall from Democrats if he gives them DACA. And that in itself is already a small victory for this White House.

GUTHRIE: We may be having this very conversation in a few weeks. Chuck, thank you.

ABC
World News Tonight
January 22, 2018
6:30:27 PM Eastern

DAVID MUIR: Tonight, from Washington, breaking developments as we come on the air. The government shutdown. Three days in, and late today, the Senate voting to end it. The House voting just moments ago. The Democrats giving in on the dreamers for now. So, who wins, who loses? And how much did this cost the U.S. taxpayer?

(…)

6:31:42 PM Eastern [4 minutes 21 seconds]

MUIR: And good evening from Washington. We are here in the nation’s capital because of the government shutdown. Today was day three and then Senate Democrats deciding to give in on the dreamers with a promise from Senate Republicans that they’ll take up the issue soon. The Senate voting to end the shutdown and then just moments ago, the House voting to follow suit. Senate Majority Leader McConnell emerging triumphant. Democratic Minority Leader Chuck Schumer emerging with a promise from McConnell they will tackle immigration and the Dreamers. But this showdown ends not without costing U.S. taxpayers millions and costing political capital, too, with seeing so many Americans seeing political dysfunction yet again. And by the way, this new funding to get the government back open, only lasts three weeks.

(…)

BRUCE: That’s why this is such a political gamble for Democrats. They took a stand here, shutting down the government over Dreamers and it is unclear if they’ll ultimately get what they want. We’re told Schumer’s message tonight to disappointed Democrats: “You have to play the hand you’re dealt. It is what it is.”

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The scandal that keeps on giving: FBI claims it “LOST” months of text messages belonging to disgraced anti-Trump agent Peter Strzok


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When the complete (and unbiased) history is written on President Barack Obama’s administration, future generations of Americans will come to learn that his was the most corrupt in the country’s history.

Forget Teapot Dome. Forget Watergate. Forget Bill Clinton’s sexual proclivities. Barack Obama has them all beaten, and by a wide margin.

Because, for all the world, it appears as though Barack Obama took over a Deep State apparatus that was assembled long before 9/11, but weaponized by his predecessor, George W. Bush, against the American people in the years afterward.

The FBI, once heralded the world over as one of democracy’s greatest law enforcement creations, was reduced to the role of political enabler during the Obama years. Led by Attorney General Eric Holder, a far-Left sycophant who lied to the Senate Judiciary Committee by hiding the fact that he stuck up for Islamic terrorists, the Justice Department and FBI — along with intelligence community operatives — colluded to thwart Donald J. Trump’s presidency.

In recent months we discovered that top FBI counterintelligence agent Peter Strzok had a particular anti-Trump, pro-Hillary Clinton bias. We learned that he and others within the FBI and Department of Justice discussed an “insurance policy” that would keep Trump out of office or so undermined during his time in office as to render him ineffective.

In recent days, we learned that the Justice Department finally turned over scores of text messages sent or received by Strzok to Congress, which had been requesting them for some time. But then we also learned that the highly technologically sophisticated Federal Bureau of Investigation somehow, some way, “lost” five months’ worth of Strzok texts.

Five months worth. Gee — wonder where they went? And more importantly, we wonder what they would reveal were they to suddenly ‘show up.’

The timeframe for the texts delivered to Congress from late winter/spring/early summer of 2016, about the time the two eventual presidential nominees were being decided. So this is interesting in that, given all we know about Strzok’s distinct bias against Trump and the “insurance policy” discussion, it certainly seems like the FBI and Justice Department are continuing to hide damning evidence that the Obama administration was dirty, dirty, dirty. (Related: Here’s the man who outed Trump-hating FBI agent Peter Strzok.)

On Monday one of President Trump’s personal lawyers, Jay Sekulow, laid out the timeline for the missing emails, which date from sometime in December 2016 through May 17, 2017 — the day that Robert Mueller was named special counsel to investigate bogus claims of “Trump-Russia collusion.”

During his radio show, Jay Live, Sekulow said, “Guess what is missing? That is the key here…guess what’s missing?”

He said: “From December 14th, 2016 to May 17th, 2017 — here’s what’s going on,” he continued. “You had the [former national security advisor Michael] Flynn conversation with the senior transition officials as has been reported in the press, so there are conversations about that — missing.

Buzzfeed publishes the [former British spy Christopher] Steele dossier January 11th, 2017 — text messages between the two are missing,” Sekulow continued.

“Peter Strzok interviews Michael Flynn on January 24th, 2017, the text messages between them are missing. [Then-FBI Director James] Comey is fired by the president of the United States May 9th, 2017, their text messages are missing,” the Trump attorney said.

“Robert Mueller Special Counsel appointed May 17, 2017 — text messages missing based on a glitch,” he said.

Those were all very significant events in the timeline of the Trump presidency thus far. And given Strzok’s involvement in the Clinton email investigation and the fact that he interviewed Flynn, it’s a sure bet Congress would want to know what he had to say about those events.

Because you know he would have texted about those events.

Sekulow says what the FBI allegedly has done amounts to “willful destruction of evidence.” For us, the FBI’s role in all of this is the scandal that keeps on giving.

See more coverage of treason inside the FBI and former DOJ by reading Treason.news.

J.D. Heyes is editor of The National Sentinel and a senior writer for Natural News and News Target.

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Safe sex: Dutch blockchain company creates app for giving consent

“Sex should be fun and safe, but nowadays a lot of things can go wrong,” the company says on its website. 

When you find yourself at close quarters and it looks like you’re heading for some steamy action, all you have to do is open the LegalFling app, scroll through your contacts and send a request. Your sexual preferences, turn-ons, dos and don’ts – anything worth mentioning will be automatically communicated to your partner on the receiving end.

“Asking someone to sign a contract before the fun starts is a little uncomfortable. A simple swipe is easy as 1-2-3,” the company says.

The LegalFling website is crystal clear that anyone has the right to change their mind at any time.

“‘No’ means ‘no’ at any time. Being passed out means ‘no’ at any time,” the FAQ page states.

“This is explicitly described in the agreement. Additionally, you can withdraw consent going forward through the LegalFling app with a single click.” All you need to do in the thick of the action is take a deep breath, open the app and adjust the settings to tell your sex partner you are no longer comfortable with something.

The app, which was created in the wake of the #MeToo movement, could also help avoid some embarrassing situations. “Think of unwanted videos, withholding information about STDs and offensive porn re-enactment. While you’re protected by law, litigating any offenses through court is nearly impossible in reality. LegalFling creates a legally binding agreement, which means any offense is a breach of contract. By using the Live Contracts protocol, your private agreement is verifiable using the blockchain and enforceable with a single click.”

Some experts say the high-tech app is still far from reality, with certain nuances of connection and communication becoming evident only in practice.

“LegalFling presents itself as an alternative to ‘a 10 page document full of legal lingo,’” Neil Brown, lawyer for decoded:Legal, told the Register.

“I don’t know about you, but even as a lawyer, I rarely insist on multi-page written agreements before having sex.

“Similarly, while the app does allow consent to be revoked, this approach seems inconsistent with reality, where consent is an ongoing communication (verbal or otherwise) between participants.”

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Frightening Tool Reveals How Much of Your Personal Info Facebook is Giving to Strangers

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While Facebook has become an everyday part of life for hundreds of millions of people across the world, many of those active on the platform are blissfully unaware of the vast amounts of personal data the company aggregates about them.

With data becoming one of the greatest resources for business in the modern era, individuals are increasingly becoming more concerned about exactly what type of information can be found about them in cyberspace – and on Facebook in particular.

While people are offered a range of privacy setting options to choose from when posting on Facebook, many are completely unaware that they have the ability to customize the privacy settings on the information they share.

This can create a dynamic where your personal information is easily preyed upon by strangers, advertisers, and criminals alike.

Fortunately, there’s a way to determine exactly how much of the information you share on Facebook is publicly accessible.

A simple tool made by Supremo now allows you to see exactly what personal data you have shared with strangers on Facebook.

The Supremo website presciently warns:

Hi there! Did you know that every single time you visit a website, you reveal information about yourself simply by visiting?

 

Similarly, websites that allow you to log in via Facebook could be collecting all kinds of information if you haven’t properly checked the permissions you’re granting. See what kind of information we can process about you using the login button below.

Ironically, the tool asks for permission to access your personal information on Facebook. However, the company notes that the “information we’ve gathered will be completely removed from our records but there are more malicious uses of your personal information potentially.”

To find out what personal information you’ve shared, simply go the Supremo website and give it permission to access Facebook.

According to a report by IFLScience:

The tool will ask you rather creepy questions, such as: “How was your visit to the Natural History Museum in London 46 days ago?” It will also show you a random photograph of yourself and other personal information, such as the school you went to, your workplace, your partner’s name, your family members, your email address, and the events you’ve attended. Creepy.

“The point is simple! We all need to be very careful about how we choose to spare our information online and who with,” Supremo explains. “After you close this window all of the information we’ve gathered will be completely removed from our records.”

The Supremo tool offers a tutorial on how to use the available Facebook privacy setting options in a manner that safeguards an individual’s personal privacy.

Additionally, the site provides some common sense guidelines on what and when to share safely.

For example, it provides information on “What kind of content you should never share on Facebook,” which includes:

– Your credit card information or other financial details

– Your full home address

– When your home is empty

– Regular photos with geotags

And while many of the tips seem like common sense, a good rule of thumb is that you can never be too cautious when it comes to sharing personal data online that can be exploited by strangers.

As TFTP has previously reported, your data is collected by all major internet giants. Thanks to a function of their search software, Google could have years worth of your conversations recorded, and you can hear it for yourself. Your cringe-worthy history can be heard and viewed along with a list of all your searches, at your personal Google history page.

The feature was built into Google’s search function as a means of delivering accurate search results. However, the sheer accuracy and amount of data Google stores is chilling.

The good news is that you can turn it off and delete it. If you’d like to know how, click here.

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OB-GYN Delivers Patient’s Twins 14 Hours After Giving Birth To Her Own Daughter

Two families share joy of special holiday deliveries. Hilary Conway (left) and Katie Moss.

An OB-GYN who was determined not to miss the birth of her patient’s twins swooped in to deliver the two babies just 14 hours after she gave birth herself.

Hilary Conway, who works at Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic in Washington, gave birth during the afternoon on Dec. 12, and she revealed to People magazine this week she just couldn’t handle the thought of missing the labor of her patient Katie Moss. When received a text from Moss alerting her she was in labor, Conway got out of her own hospital bed and got to work.

She found out Moss had been admitted to the hospital, and she discovered Moss was in labor in the room right next door to her, she told People. She quickly nursed her hours-old newborn and then walked into Moss’ room to take over her ultrasound exam.

Conway delivered Moss’ twin boys, Luke and Soren, at 5:38 a.m. on Dec. 13, which was about 14 hours after she had given birth to her daughter.

“It was awesome to be there for the delivery, it’s always a bummer to miss them. Being a healthcare provider is such a huge privilege. Patients trust us with so much, and in OB-GYN, this is magnified,” Conway told People. “As doctor and patient, we go through so much together during the pregnancy, it’s a huge disappointment to miss the delivery. So, as soon as I realized that delivering Katie was feasible, I was beyond thrilled for the privilege of being there.”

Conway said a hospital staffers looked after her newborn, Verna, while she went to work to help Moss through the birth of the twins.

“The fact that I got to help Katie deliver twins makes the amazing experience of delivering my own daughter that much more special — if it’s even possible,” Conway said. “Honestly, what I did is not that remarkable. What’s remarkable is how well the timing worked out and the support I got from my partner, Dr. Elizabeth Jacobson, and the nurses who watched Verna while I was in the delivery … and Katie. Let’s not forget she delivered twins, that’s much more amazing!”

Conway told the magazine she bonded with Moss during her time as her doctor, especially since they were pregnant at the same time. Moss told the “Today” show she was relieved to have Conway by her side.

“I was hoping to see her maybe the next day but not so soon and so awake,” Moss told “Today.” “She looked completely normal — unlike she just had a baby half a day earlier. After laughing about how crazy it was that we were both in the hospital at the same time, she was like, ‘Well, since I’m here, I might as well deliver your babies.’”

Conway told “Today” it was “amazing” the timing worked out so she could be there for her patient.

“There was a whole lot of serendipity that allowed for this to happen.”

This story originally appeared on foxnews.com

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Bank of America giving its employees a special year-end bonus of $1000 to celebrate tax cuts

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Bank of America has joined the parade of American companies celebrating tax cuts by giving its employees a special year-end bonus.

Brian Moynihan, the bank’s chief executive, sent an email to employees citing the benefits to the company from the lower corporate tax rate.

“In the spirit of shared success, we intend to pass some of those benefits along immediately. U.S. employees making up to $150,000 per year in total compensation-around 145,000 teammates-will receive a one-time bonus of $1,000 by year-end,” Moynihan wrote.

The bank also said that it expected to invest more in technology and in cities around the country where it operates but currently lacks “an extensive financial center network.”

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Trump apes Balfour: giving away what isn’t his to give

By Stuart Littlewood

Here’s what an Early Day Motion, tabled by several prominent British MPs in the House of Commons, says about Trump’s statement on Jerusalem.

That this House notes with dismay that Donald Trump, President of the USA, has declared that the US has formally recognised Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and that the US embassy in Israel will relocate from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem; further notes that no other country currently has an embassy in Jerusalem, and the international community, including the US until now, does not recognise Israel’s jurisdiction over and ownership of the eastern part of that city; acknowledges Jerusalem’s status as an extremely sensitive aspect of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict which it considers will be antagonised by this move; further acknowledges that the final status of Jerusalem is to be determined by negotiation; notes that East Jerusalem is intended to be the capital of a future Palestinian state, but that East Jerusalem is currently occupied by Israel; considers that this decision was taken against the advice of a wide range of world leaders and breaks with years of precedent; further considers that the announcement itself may lead to unrest in the Middle East and that the longer term consequences are unpredictable; condemns in the strongest possible terms what it considers to be a rash, unnecessary and deliberately inflammatory act, and one which destroys the US’s credibility as an honest broker in the Middle East peace process; and calls on world leaders to put pressure on the president to reverse this ill-advised decision.

Early Day Motions (EDMs) are formal motions submitted for debate and they must be squashed into a single sentence. The House seldom gets around to actually debating them but they are an effective way of attracting the attention of MPs and especially the media to matters of concern.

The wording of this EDM isn’t too bad. However, East Jerusalem, including the Old City, is regarded by the world community and international law as Palestinian, and Israel has no business occupying or annexing it.

It’s worth recalling that the UN Partition of 1947 intended Jerusalem to be a corpus separatum under international administration, for the obvious reason that the Holy City cannot be said to belong to any single religious persuasion. None has exclusive claim.

Trump has simply hammered the final nail into any prospect of the US being taken seriously ever again in a peacemaking role.

I question the quaint idea that Jerusalem’s final status should be “determined by negotiation”. We’ve seen these lopsided negotiations before, brokered by meddlers who are totally devoid of impartiality or goodwill. And besides, the issue has already been determined by international law and is waiting to be enforced. Again and again, politicians overlook the simple fact that there can be no peace while one side’s boot is on the other’s neck and without first delivering justice.

Furthermore, it is not Trump who has destroyed the US’s credibility as an honest broker. If such credibility ever existed it evaporated decades ago. Trump has simply hammered the final nail into any prospect of the US being taken seriously ever again in a peacemaking role.

You may think that the EDM is just a bunch of British MPs sounding off. No. The EDM fairly represents the view of the whole world – barring Israel and its stooges in London, Washington and Paris.

As protesters here in the streets are saying, Jerusalem is not Trump’s to give away in 2017 any more than Palestine was Balfour’s to promise the Zionists in 1917. So, hands off Jerusalem! We see where Balfour’s running sore has led one hundred years later.

Americans should know that Britain isn’t with them on this Jerusalem lunacy. And neither is anyone else.

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Breastmilk: The gift that keeps on giving… Babies who were exclusively breastfed have less than half the risk of eczema as teenagers than those that were not

Image: Breastmilk: The gift that keeps on giving… Babies who were exclusively breastfed have less than half the risk of eczema as teenagers than those that were not

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Adding to the wealth of evidence that prove the benefits of beast milk, a new study finds that breastfeeding could lower the risk of eczema in children by half, as reported by the Science Daily.

A team of researchers from King’s College London, Harvard University, University of Bristol, and McGill University assessed whether prolonged and exclusive breastfeeding lowered the risk of asthma, atopic eczema, and low lung function in adolescence. In the study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Pediatrics, they analyzed data from a total of 13,557 teenagers aged 16 from Belarus, all of whom were enrolled in the Promotion of Breastfeeding Intervention Trial (PROBIT). The PROBIT study initially recruited 17,046 mothers and their newborn babies from June 1996 to December 1997.

The researchers studied 31 maternity hospitals and one outpatient clinic associated to each hospital. These participating institutions were randomly assigned to either take part in a breastfeeding program or not. Breastfeeding programs trained nurses, midwives, and doctors to promote and support mothers to breastfeed their babies. The researchers then followed up with the babies until they reached adolescence to determine the effect of supported breastfeeding to their lung function, asthma, and eczema. The participants were tasked to answer surveys on the three health issues. In addition, the researchers conducted a skin examination for eczema, and a breath examination for lung health.

“PROBIT, the largest randomized trial ever carried out in the area of human lactation, continues to yield scientifically and clinically important information more than two decades after its inception,” said Michael Kramer of McGill’s Faculty of Medicine and the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC), the lead investigator on the PROBIT study.

The findings of the study revealed that children whose mothers received support to breastfeed exclusively for a sustained time from birth had a 54 percent lower risk of eczema at the age of 16. However, there was no association between breastfeeding and the risk of asthma. Eczema is a skin condition that causes the skin to be itchy, dry, cracked, sore, and red. About one in every five children and one in 10 adults suffer from eczema.

“The [World Health Organization] WHO recommends between four and six months of exclusive breastfeeding to aid prevention of allergy and associated illnesses. Our findings add further weight to the importance of campaigns like the Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI), which is tackling low rates of breastfeeding globally,” Carsten Flohr, lead author of the study, explained.

Moms who breastfeed longer will become more attentive mothers

Breastfeeding does not only benefit the babies, but also the mothers. A study revealed that women who breastfeed for longer will continuously become more attentive mothers up to 10 years, as reported by The Daily Mail. (Related: Breast-milk is the elixir of human life.)

Researchers from Boise State University examined data from 1,272 families who took part in the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development’s Study of Early Child Care. They measured maternal sensitivity by the timing of a mother’s responsiveness to her child, her emotional tone, how flexible her behavior was, and her ability to recognize her child’s cues by conducting interviews and videotaping participating families in the homes until the child turned 11 years old.

“It was surprising to us that breastfeeding duration predicted change over time in maternal sensitivity,” said Jennifer Weaver, lead author of the study.

The study, which was published by the American Psychological Association, suggested that the time spent breastfeeding helps develop the relationship of the child and mother.

“Ultimately, I do hope that we will see breastfeeding examined more closely as a parenting factor, not just as a health consideration, to allow us to more fully understand the role that breastfeeding plays in family life,” Weaver expressed.

Find out more health benefits of breast milk at AlternativeMedicine.news.

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ScienceDaily.com

DailyMail.co.uk

JAMANetwork.com

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Source Article from http://www.naturalnews.com/2017-11-19-babies-that-were-exclusively-breastfed-have-less-than-half-the-risk-of-eczema.html