Proper care of the gallbladder (2)
Posted on : 09-09-2020 By : martdetoxclinic
Proper care of the gallbladder (2) by prof. Oladapo Ashiru The gallbladder is a hollow organ that sits in a shallow position below the right lobe of the liver that is grey-blue in life. In adults, the gallbladder measures approximately seven to 10 centimetres in length and four centimeters in diameter when fully distended. Risk factors that may lead to the formulation of gallstones include: Gender: women between 20-60yrs of age are twice likely to develop stones than men. Increasing age over 60yrs Estrogen found in birth control pills, pregnant…
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Proper care of gall bladder
Posted on : 08-31-2020 By : martdetoxclinic
Proper care of gall bladder by Prof Oladapo Ashiru The gallbladder is a hollow organ that sits in a shallow position below the right lobe of the liver that is grey-blue in life. In adults, the gallbladder measures approximately seven to 10 centimetres in length and four centimeters in diameter when fully distended.  The gallbladder has a capacity of about 50 milliliters. Here is a brief description of the gallbladder function below. Please read it carefully and have an idea of the role of this tiny organ of the body.…
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Colon cancer and its management (2)
Posted on : 08-24-2020 By : martdetoxclinic
Colon cancer and its management (2) by Prof Oladapo Ashiru A good way to test your need for more fibre is the bowel transit time test. Bowel transit time is the time it takes for food to travel through your system, from when you eat it to when it exits your body. All you need to do is eat some food that can serve as a marker when it appears in the stool. Fresh corn on the cob is one such food; we digest the starch within the kernels but…
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Colon cancer and its management
Posted on : 08-17-2020 By : martdetoxclinic
Colon Cancer and its management by Prof Oladapo Ashiru In recent past, many of our young Nigerians have died or have been hospitalised due to colon cancer. We then ask the question, why? Nobody likes to talk about bowel movements or cancer and nobody likes to get a colonoscopy, but according to the American Cancer Society, “Colorectal cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer and the third leading cause of cancer death in both men and women.” So, that makes it worth talking about. Even though some people find…
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5G Electromagnetic Field radiation and health in COVID-19 era
Posted on : 04-15-2020 By : martdetoxclinic
5G Electromagnetic Field radiation and health in COVID-19 era by Prof Oladapo Asiru If you have been following the news since the world first became aware of the coronavirus pandemic in January of 2020, you are most likely also aware of the brouhaha surrounding the planned global deployment of the 5G network; public agitation over not just its link to COVID-19 but possible broader health implications on the human body should 5G network become a part of everyday life. Globally, health concerns have been raised in many quarters over the…
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Novel coronavirus update(2)
Posted on : 04-15-2020 By : martdetoxclinic
Novel coronavirus update(2) by Prof Oladapo Ashiru Handwashing is one of the best ways to protect yourself and your family from getting sick. Wash your hands; Before, during, and after preparing food Before eating food Before and after caring for someone at home who is sick with vomiting or diarrhea Before and after treating a cut or wound After using the toilet After changing diapers or cleaning up a child who has used the toilet After blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing After touching an animal, animal feed, or animal…
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Novel coronavirus update
Posted on : 04-03-2020 By : martdetoxclinic
Novel coronavirus update At the end of February, I had published an article titled ‘Corona Virus Urgent Precautions,’ giving strong warnings on the need to take precaution in our Country and create some checks at the border. Now in Nigeria, as of the time of writing incoming data from several reporting agencies indicate that there are currently 775,548 cases worldwide, 37,091 deaths, and 164,541 recovered. In the statistics in Nigeria, we have at the time of writing 131 confirmed cases, two deaths, and eight people have recovered from the disease.…
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How to have a good night sleep
Posted on : 03-23-2020 By : martdetoxclinic
How to have a good night sleep by Prof. Oladapo ashiru If you are one of these women aged 40 and over who find it difficult to sleep, you are not alone. Many women wake up every night between 12 midnight and 4am and start prowling around the house. It is now clear that inability to sleep affects not only women but men as well. There now exists in Medicine a faculty that deals with sleep medicine due to the increase in a number of people being affected.  In frustration…
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Lyme disease: Presentations and management with detoxification
Posted on : 03-16-2020 By : martdetoxclinic
Lyme disease: Presentations and management with detoxification by Prof Oladapo Ashiru The treatment of patients with infertility, menopausal issues as well as other general health problems in the last two decades has brought to the forefront of our practice a disease called Lyme disease. Everyone needs to be aware of this disease as it manifests as various forms of illnesses. Lyme disease was the most commonly reported vector-borne disease in 2013, according to the United States Centres for Disease Control. In Africa, we have all heard about mosquitoes biting us…
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Prostate cancer and its management
Posted on : 10-31-2019 By : martdetoxclinic
A recent survey showed that there are far more cases of prostatic enlargement and prostate cancer in Nigeria that have been reported. It is should, therefore, be of serious concern to everyone. Previously, it was reported that in 1999, there were approximately 334,888 new cases of prostate cancer in the United States of America leading to 41,000 deaths. According to WHO statistics, over 100,000 Nigerians are diagnosed with cancer annually, and about 80,000 die from the disease, averaging 240 Nigerians every day or 10 Nigerians every hour, dying from cancer.…
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