Christmas season…season for rebirth, not revelry (2)

I HAD my first Out of Body Experience (OBE) at 24, a few months before I went to the University. I lived in a single room apartment in Shomolu, in downtown Lagos. That wonderful...

Christmas season…season for rebirth, not revelry

DURING a Christmas season, I strive to rise in spirit beyond the din and glare of revelry, lest the serious import of the High Mission of the Lord Jesus to the earth fog before...

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...

Cellgevity, Senior Citizens and their peculiar challenges (1)

AMONG Nigeria's Senior Citizens, CELLGEVITY is a new health defence word. The word stands for cell and longevity or longevity of the cell. In other words...extended lifespan. Thus, CELLGEVITY excites aging people who want...

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 meal in the last three weeks. Chemotherapy, as this column...

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 is a lawyer when you find her on the farm...

Vomiting deserves more attention than it often gets

On my way from home to work everyday, I often stop over at a pharmacy to check my blood pressure and blood sugar. I am not hypertensive. And I am not diabetic. My systolic...

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...

Barley grass not the least of greens

I DO not know why BARLEY GRASS always escapes my thoughts whenever I work with the greens. Yet this is one green, medicinal herb I have had deep respect for since Dr. George Malkhmus...

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