How To Stop Sweaty Underarms



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Have your sweaty pits ruined your look one too many times? Are you embarrassed about yourself? It all ends now! Read on.

Tackle it with the right product


Figuring out the main problem is half the problem solved. Do you suffer from sweaty, smelly underarms or a combination of both?

If you have sweaty underarms, an antiperspirant is your best bet at tackling the problem. This doesn’t mean you wouldn’t sweat at all, because that can be dangerous for your health but it reduces  it significantly.

A deodorant on the other hand helps mask odour if you’re battling with smelly underarms. Now if you have both smelly and sweaty, your best option is one that functions as both antiperspirant and deodorants.

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What You Need To Know About Tobacco Smoking in Nigeria

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May 31 is World No Tobacco Day and recently. Laudable is the signing of Tobacco Control bill in Nigeria by the just concluded administration of the immediate past president- Goodluck Jonathan. It has been a struggle of a number of years. Civil societies, health experts and ‘No tobacco’ advocates gave their sweat to make it a reality. And now that it has been signed, it is still no time to rest and celebrate as there is now the urgent need to implement the laws
According to statistics, Nigerians smoke much less than the European average but the smoking population in Nigeria is increasing especially among the youth(1). In 2011, 9,527 smoking related diseases were reported every month at government hospitals in Nigeria. These figures show the increasing trend of smoking in Nigeria and the dangers to the health of the population. In the past, the not so regulated tobacco industry…

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British Conservative minister, ex-spin doctor for anti-human rights tobacco corporation

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This video says about itself:

British American Tobacco targeting African children with cigarettes

3 May 2012

Duncan Bannatyne takes on the company behind Embassy, Pall Mall and Benson & Hedges and asks them why they’re targeting African children, in the face of falling smoker numbers in the west.

From weekly The Observer in Britain:

Minister worked as spin doctor for tobacco giant that paid workers £15 a month

Priti Patel worked for PR firm Shandwick on improving BAT’s image over Burma factory, and also lobbied MEPs against EU tobacco regulations

Jamie Doward

Sunday 31 May 2015 00.04 BST

The employment minister, Priti Patel, was part of a team of spin doctors paid hundreds of thousands of pounds to help a tobacco giant counter negative publicity, including that surrounding its joint venture with one of the world’s most brutal military regimes.

Documents unearthed by the Observer shine new light…

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