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CIBC FirstCaribbean sponsors Hands For Hunger event addressing childhood hunger
The issue of child hunger was brought into sharp focus when the local nonprofit organization Hands for Hunger held its “Food for Thought” conference recently. Hands for Hunger Communications Manager Keisha Ellis said it was important to highligh...
 
 
The debilitating headache
A migraine can cause severe throbbing pain or a pulsing sensation, usually on just one side of the head — often accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and extreme sensitivity to light and sound. The attacks can cause significant pain for hours to days, a...
 
 
Slather on the sunscreen to protect your skin in the summer heat
Summer officially begins in 16 more days, but step outdoors and out of your air-conditioned comfort, and you can’t help but notice — the heat is definitely on, with temperatures averaging around the 90-plus degree mark daily, but feeling hotter t...
 
 
Getting to the other side
Eight years ago Michelle Thurston’s suffering began. The then 27-year-old said she felt like her body was going haywire. She endured joint pains, her blood pressure dropped dangerously low. Her healthcare physician tested her for HIV twice — beca...
 
 
CIBC FirstCaribbean supports Lupus 242
Lupus 242 recently received a donation from CIBC FirstCaribbean to assist its ongoing efforts in raising the awareness of the autoimmune illness. Lupus is a prolonged disease that can damage any part of the body (skin, joints, and/or organs) and is ...
 
 
Baha Mar initiates conservation partnership with $50,000 donation to the Bahamas National Trust
The Baha Mar Resort Foundation made a donation of $50,000 to The Bahamas National Trust (BNT) to support conservation efforts in The Bahamas, including educational programming, volunteer initiatives and conservation projects designed to protect the B...
 
 
Solomon’s Fresh Market donates $1,500 to Cancer Society
The Cancer Society of The Bahamas received a boost in funding to assist with the group’s ongoing projects, as Solomon’s Fresh Market donated $1,500 — proceeds from its 2nd Fun Walk & Health Fair — to the organization. During the health f...
 
 
The lupus patient and oral care
While everyone is encouraged to visit their dentist twice per year, it is imperative that lupus patients do so as well, and those with active lupus disease are urged to visit the dentist in three month intervals, according to Dr. Shamika Strachan. T...
 
 
The men: What about Us TOO
Eight years ago, the cancer registry at the Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) identified 85 men who had been diagnosed with prostate cancer that year. That was not a true picture of the national incidence rate, as many affected men sought diagnosis an...
 
 
PM promises new child health and maternity wing at PMH
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said the government will build a new child health and maternity wing at the Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH), during a recent visit to the hospital. “I don’t know the specifics in terms of when it will be complet...
 
 
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