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Lawnmower accidents cause thousands of foot injuries
It’s the summer and most persons enjoy being relaxed and spending time outside in nature, and having a well-manicured lawn and yard is beautiful and more enjoyable. To get this look, the lawn is mowed, either by a professional but more often by th...
 
 
Respect for elders
Whilst I’m not trying to run anyone down or disrespect them, it is indeed a fact that the youngsters of today at the beginning of the 21st century do not have respect for elders like I used to as a child, and this is indeed very sad. Of course, the...
 
 
Obesity rising in nations rich and poor
The global obesity problem now affects one in 10 people in the world, it is rising in countries rich and poor, and in many countries it is increasing faster in children than adults, according to a new study. Researchers estimated more than 107 milli...
 
 
Roxane Gay’s memoir of living in a large body
At her heaviest, Roxane Gay weighed 577 pounds. In her powerful, at times harrowing, new memoir, "Hunger," Gay explains how she got that way and what it's like to live "trapped in a cage" of her own making. It's the story of a "carefree young girl ....
 
 
Walking and running in support of REACH
A blue wave rolled through the streets of New Providence recently as hundreds of people participated in the second REACH (Resource and Educational Source for Autism and other related challenges) Bahamas Fun, Run, Walk from which $3,000 was raised to ...
 
 
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 ...
 
 
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