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More than 450 volunteers remove 1,000 pounds of trash during International Coastal Cleanup
The South Beach environs — its beach and wetlands — are healthier today after the removal of 9,888 pieces of trash during the recent International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) event. Volunteers combed the beach, shrubs and mangroves of South Beach for ...
 
 
Supporting Ailey II is a support for breast cancer support group
Sister Sister (Breast) Cancer Support Group relies on the generosity of people and corporate Bahamas to carry out its mission to offer a safe and caring environment for women (and men) whose lives have been touched by breast cancer. And then there’...
 
 
What’s better for weight loss — diet or exercise?
You want what millions of other people do — to lose weight. Whether you want to trim off extra pounds so you’ll feel better, look better, or be better prepared to tackle whatever demands come your way, you probably want to find the most efficient...
 
 
Experts report growing evidence of benefits of massage in medical care for symptoms from diabetes to pain management
Once a luxury reserved for the wealthy with dollars and time to spare, massage therapy is now serious science and an increasingly critical business in the medical profession, according to experts. “There is a growing body of evidence showing the b...
 
 
CIBC FirstCaribbean raises over $350,000 through Walk for the Cure campaign to date
One of the region’s largest cancer fundraisers is less than two weeks away and has raised over $350,000 to date in support of cancer care and awareness. Now in its fifth year, CIBC FirstCaribbean’s Walk for the Cure will see thousands of walkers...
 
 
Stress fractures can lead to a complete break if left untreated
Stress fractures are tiny, hairline cracks that can occur in the bones of the feet — they are caused by the repetitive force on the feet, often by overtraining or overuse, such as repeatedly jumping up and down or running for long distances. Stress...
 
 
Don’t panic
The title of today’s article only contains two words, but oh is it important — don’t panic. Now firstly let me state quite clearly that at times and under certain circumstances it may indeed be extremely difficult not to panic. For example, you...
 
 
Step up for health
Forty-five percent of Bahamian children between the ages of 13 and 15 are obese or overweight, according to the Bahamas Global School-based Student Health Survey 2013. In the breakdown, 24 percent of that total is female, and 18 percent is male. The ...
 
 
Empowered women to empower other women at inaugural IWES
Empowered women empower other women — and the inaugural International Women’s Empowerment Summit (IWES) will allow professional women and entrepreneurs to do just that and more. IWES Bahamas 2016 is the summit for aspiring and successful female ...
 
 
Smoking and your feet
Smoking cigarettes has long been known to have detrimental health effects on the body, contributing to problems such as heart disease and lung cancer. Smoking can also have many lesser known but just as deadly health effects on the feet. The feet ar...
 
 
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