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17 Things We Don’t Know — And Shouldn’t Pretend To Know — About COVID-19 — Part III

Continued from Part II Here are a few stories from Harvard in the last 24 hours: A patient I saw last evening: 86 years old with...

17 Things We Don’t Know — And Shouldn’t Pretend To Know — About COVID-19 — Part II

Continued from Part I So, with all those disclaimers, based on my copious research on this matter, some assumptions I question and think need elucidation...

17 Things We Don’t Know — And Shouldn’t Pretend To Know — About COVID-19 — Part I

The philosophers tell us that the more we know about anything, the more we learn that we didn't know much or anything about it....

The damaged colon: Death begins slowly but surely in the intestine (5)

WHENEVER I think of Professor Pottenger or POTTENGER'S CATS, my thoughts race to milk, egg, chicken, and beef...and the many contributions they make to...

DEATH BEGINS SLOWLY BUT SINCERELY IN THE INTESTINE (4)

BREAD prices are going to rise; bakers served notice last week, citing a general price riot in the economy as a chief reason. The...

The damaged colon: Death begins slowly but surely in the intestine (3)

I am always an unwanted guest in the kitchen whenever dishes are being washed or when my meal is to be served. I force...

President Buhari Tributes to Femi Kusa

This is an ageless question in the spiritual work which has been my unfailing companion and guide for 43 years. It leaped before me...

The damaged colon: Death begins slowly but surely in the intestine (2)

ONE of the most touching responses to the first part of this series came from a 25year-old man and his friend. The man, FASASI...

The damaged colon: death begins slowly but surely in the intestine (1)

How healthy is your intestine today? I ask this question for the umpteenth time because the number of intestinal cases in Nigeria appears to...

Tonsillitis, cow urine medication & the Malam’s sharp knife.

I must have been under six years of age when I learned of a throat problem named TONSILLITIS, although not by this name. Some...

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17 Things We Don’t Know — And Shouldn’t Pretend To Know — About COVID-19 — Part III

Continued from Part II Here are a few stories from Harvard in the last 24 hours: A patient I saw last evening: 86 years old with...

17 Things We Don’t Know — And Shouldn’t Pretend To Know — About COVID-19 — Part II

Continued from Part I So, with all those disclaimers, based on my copious research on this matter, some assumptions I question and think need elucidation...

17 Things We Don’t Know — And Shouldn’t Pretend To Know — About COVID-19 — Part I

The philosophers tell us that the more we know about anything, the more we learn that we didn't know much or anything about it....

The damaged colon: Death begins slowly but surely in the intestine (5)

WHENEVER I think of Professor Pottenger or POTTENGER'S CATS, my thoughts race to milk, egg, chicken, and beef...and the many contributions they make to...

DEATH BEGINS SLOWLY BUT SINCERELY IN THE INTESTINE (4)

BREAD prices are going to rise; bakers served notice last week, citing a general price riot in the economy as a chief reason. The...
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