Chronic insomnia and trainload of troubles (3)

TWO weeks and two articles on why modern wheat and foods derived from it have become modern killer foods, and another two articles on how Asparagus vegetable may become a health elixir of life,...

Again, warning that today’s wheat damages health

The view presented below ought to have been presented as the second part of the wheat belly warning presented last Thursday in this column. That first presentation and warning was a post by a...

Product Announcement

We will like to inform you that green pasture herbs has just taken delivery of a new stock of green powder herbs. In the stock are chlorella spirulina goldenseal small willow...

Why we should stop eating wheat foods

We will take a brief vacation today from the ongoing running series on CHRONIC INSOMNIA AND TRAINLOAD OF TROUBLES, which has run in two parts. The series is yielding ground to two publications which...

Chronic insomnia and trainload of many troubles (2)

Begun on 25 May 2017, the first part of this series explored some of the reasons why many people do not easily fall asleep or suffer from shallow sleep which leaves them devitalized and...

Chronic insomnia and trainload of many troubles (1)

MANY people take beautiful gifts of life for granted. Only when arthritis strikes in the knee joints does it occur to many of us that the knees are valuable parts of our bodies. We...

Chibok girls, ‘Songs of Innocence and Experience’

WELCOME back home, chibok girls. I wonder if we can call them girls any longer. In about three years of captivity inside a forest ruled by Boko Haram's rag tag army, they have gone...

Will Prince Momoh help us kill mosquitoes?

I PRAY that Prince Tony Momoh, nominated for chairmanship of Nigeria's electricity regulating authority, is still his good, old self, or, better still, has become more adroit, like aged wine. In the days I...

Depression and rising cases of suicide in Nigeria

CONTROVERSY is still trailing the death of Nigerian Navy's Rear Admiral Teikumo Daniel Ikoli, who was originally thought to be Nigeria's latest suicide case. The late Rear Admiral Ikoli was the fleet commander of...

Some natural cures for cerebrospinal meningitis

CEREBROSPINAL meningitis, a team leader of hot weather diseases in Nigeria, is striking again with characteristic deftness. This time, it has swept through northern parts of the country as usual and is hitting at...

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