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Heart Attack: Lessons of Mike Adeyemo’s Death (2)

Mr Michael Adeyemo, Oyo State, House of Assembly Speaker, 47, slumped and died of heart attack in Ibadan last month. Like this second part, the first part of this series explored some possible causes...

Heart Attack: Lessons of Mike Adeyemo’s death at 47 (1)

Oyo State House of Assembly Speaker Micheal Adeyemo, 47, slumped at home and died of a heart attack on April 27, a serious reminder to those of us he left behind to take better...

Product Announcement – OCLUMED and CINERARIA

About one month ago, I referred to the possibilities of CATARACT CURE without SURGERY in a series of articles posted on www.olufemikusa.com. The platform was advised of those posts. An American Ophthalmologist of 20years standing...

Hemp that heals…and hemp that kills

I HELD back my thoughts on this column again for a few hours last Thursday when I heard the news on radio that operatives of the Nigerian Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) had uncovered...

Nigeria’s pregnant women, children still dying like rat

MY mother bled to death on 5 August 1959, unable to expel the placenta after the birth of her fifth child, the fourth boy. I was too young then at nine to understand what...

Kidney stones, gall bladder stones, stone crushers (2)

WRITING about kidney and gallbladder stones and stone-melting or crushing herbs and substances in the first part of this series last week, I remembered some of the unforgettable staff of The Comet newspaper. I...

Kidney stones, gall bladder stones, stone crushers (1)

SOME herbs often hibernate from memory only to pop up in emergencies such as one of my natural health chat group members ran into last week. Her husband, 45, came down with calcium oxalate...

Some herbal guardians of health in 2018 (7)

WHEN we go on a walk with Mother Nature in her wondrous healing gardens, we are never in want of remedies for all kinds of ailments. That is one of the lessons taught in...

Some herbal guardians of health in 2018 (6)

THERE are two deficits in this series to remind us of the herbs and other natural medicines which helped to safeguard our health last year. One is the conclusion on the feature on SODIUM....

Some herbal guardians of health in 2018 (5)

Hawthorn berries (Crataegus spp.) TWO deaths last month got me thinking about Hawthorn berries. Just before the first one, I noticed that one of my acquaintances always breathed heavily, almost gasping for breath, on little...

Some herbal guardians of health in 2018 (4)

This series is all about reminding ourselves of those herbs and food supplements which were guardians of our health last year. This fourth part of the series presents coconut water, Maria Treben bitters and...

Some herbal guardians of health in 2018 (3)

THE bell rings again for the train to move on. Its passengers are those herbs we may number among the guardians of health in 2017 for many readers of this column. We do not...

Some herbal guardians of health in 2018 (2)

YEAR 2018 is unfolding, gradually pulling away from 2017 towards 2019. This process reminds me of what happens when a human soul leaves the flesh, in what we call death on earth. As the...

Some herbal guardians of health in 2018 (1)

THE year just gone by, 2017, was an exciting one. By exciting I mean that many readers of this column in need of help for their health received many opportunities to do so. Thanks...

Healing touches of 4 O’clock flower, Marvel of Peru

HAPPY New year. We pray to migrate to a New year from the old with no deficit carry-over, lest an old wine inexcusably find its way into a new bottle. But this is almost...

Cellgevity, Senior Citizens and their peculiar challenges (2)

As reported in the first part of this series, CELLGEVITY is inching its way to the center-stage of Senior Citizen medicine. There, like the foundation cream of a woman's multi-level facial make-up, it would...

Nigerian food crops loaded with deadly poisons

WHEN you read the little report below this introduction to it, you may become afraid of modern foods and meals because you probably now realise they are armouries of poisons which cause most, if...

Squaring up to risk factors of a stroke

MANY thoughts played on my mind last week. One of the readers of this column and an old acquaintance of mine advised me of the health challenge of one of his friends he introduced...

Herpes Simplex Virus tameable like Monkey virus

MONKEY pox, caused by monkey virus, a cause of human tissue cancer picked by humans from vaccination against polio, continued to top the Nigerian health talk chat last week. More deaths from monkey pox...

Monkey virus, polio vaccine, cancer, immunity, herbs

MONKEY virus and monkey pox are the latest health issues in Nigeria. Ebola fever, with its potential to depopulate nations as the Black plague which wiped out about 30-60 percent (75-200 million) of Europe's...

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Heart Attack: Lessons of Mike Adeyemo’s death at 47 (1)

Oyo State House of Assembly Speaker Micheal Adeyemo, 47, slumped at home and died of a heart attack on April 27, a serious reminder...

Butter and Margarine, are they killers or life promoters?

Can Blue Band Margarine cause heart and blood vessel damage, heart attack and stroke? Consumer Protection Council (CPC) is expected to answer this question...

Kidney stones, gall bladder stones, stone crushers (2)

WRITING about kidney and gallbladder stones and stone-melting or crushing herbs and substances in the first part of this series last week, I remembered...

Kidney stones, gall bladder stones, stone crushers (1)

SOME herbs often hibernate from memory only to pop up in emergencies such as one of my natural health chat group members ran into...

Bone marrow meal life-line for chemo devastation

An acquaintance of mine who had just had the seventh of 16 shots of chemotherapy for a cancer has desperately searched for bone marrow...

Slowly but surely, Nigeria imbibes organic farming

OLUSOLA SOWEMIMO (MRS) takes the floor of this column today, for reasons I will soon explain. A dynamic woman, you would not believe she...

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