By Virtue of Composition, Alabukun Powder is a Wonder Drug

Alabukun is a Nigerian indigenous analgesic brand that has persevered for a century in a sector with very few indigenous players. The brand is very popular and has gained acceptance and widespread use without any considerable adverts in Nigeria, Cameroon, Ghana, Benin, and the Uk. Many users and vendor call it gbogbonise (a Yoruba word… Read More By Virtue of Composition, Alabukun Powder is a Wonder Drug

How Africans Performed Brain Surgery with Simple Tools and Herbs Long Before Colonization

The traditional brain surgery, specifically “Trepanation” of the cranium which is the oldest evidence of brain surgery through the ages have been practised all over the world. However, like many African practices, the west didn’t know that it was also practised in sub-Sahara Africa. The Busoga tribe of Uganda and the Kikii tribe of Kenya… Read More How Africans Performed Brain Surgery with Simple Tools and Herbs Long Before Colonization

Tsetse Fly: How African Science contained it and European invasion Escalated it

A Tsetse fly is a tropical insect that occurs only in Africa and transmits sleeping sickness (African trypanosomiasis) in humans and a similar disease called Nagana in domestic animals. The infection can lead to death in humans and has killed millions of cattle, reshaping the landscape and economy in some parts of Africa. While many… Read More Tsetse Fly: How African Science contained it and European invasion Escalated it

Vitamin B Supplement Linked to Cancer in Men – New Discovery

A group of researchers examined the association between long-term use of supplemental B vitamins and lung cancer risk. They discovered that vitamin B supplements are not chemopreventive for lung cancer and may be harmful. This was published recently in the Journal of Clinical Oncology. B vitamins are a class of water-soluble vitamins that play important… Read More Vitamin B Supplement Linked to Cancer in Men – New Discovery

How Nigerian Doctor Discovered Concussion Trauma in American Football Players

“There are times I wish I never looked at Mike Webster’s brain. It has dragged me into worldly affairs I do not want to be associated with – human meanness, wickedness and selfishness. People trying to cover up, to control how information is released. I started this not knowing I was walking into a minefield.… Read More How Nigerian Doctor Discovered Concussion Trauma in American Football Players