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McDonald’s customers to lend a hand for local ‘hero’s’ medical expenses
When customers line up at McDonald’s this month, they will be offered more than the usual fare — they’ll have the opportunity to help the family of Andre Chapelle — a local “hero”, who has spent years helping others. Many will know of Ch...
 
 
Adjusting to your new hearing aids
When it comes to enhancing a hearing impaired person’s ability to hear and communicate, hearing aids are by far the most effective means of staying tuned in to the rest of the world. Although hearing aids do not restore normal hearing, they do help...
 
 
Bahamas Waste makes donation to All Saints Camp
In the spirit of Christmas and spreading the holiday cheer, the management and staff of Bahamas Waste made a donation of non-perishable food items to the All Saints Camp in recognition of World Aids Day. The All Saints Camp, located off Carmichael R...
 
 
Doctors Hospital implements smoking ban
In its continued efforts to encourage staff, patients, visitors and the wider public to adopt a healthier lifestyle, and to create the safest possible environment for those who frequent the institution, Doctors Hospital has transitioned into a comple...
 
 
Toenail fungus is not just a cosmetic problem
Toenail fungus is not just a cosmetic problem — it‘s an infection of the nail. Fungal infection, a condition called onychomycosis (ON-i-ko-my-KO-sis), is caused by organisms called dermatophytes; it’s extremely common, affecting more than 35 mi...
 
 
Chemical or natural highs
There’s no doubt about it, the use of drugs has become an epidemic in the U.S. and indeed in many other countries throughout the world. As many politicians have been highlighting in America, drugs in very large quantities are daily being smuggled a...
 
 
The obesity
Carla Smith’s battle with her weight started after she had her first child at age 18. Over the years and after a second child, the weight kept piling on. At her heaviest she tipped the scale at 283 pounds. But reality hit home hard for her when she...
 
 
AIDS Foundation president and Scotiabank employees perform ‘mannequin challenge’ in recognition of World AIDS Day
Camille, Lady Barnett, president of The Bahamas AIDS Foundation, joined Scotiabank employees to create their version of a new trend that has rocked social media, and involves doing nothing whatsoever in recognition of World AIDS Day on December 1. B...
 
 
Hearing aid styles
When it comes to hearing aids, many people with hearing loss are self-conscious and desire to have a hearing aid that is inconspicuous and cannot be easily seen by others. Hearing aid manufactures have therefore tried to meet this demand by coming up...
 
 
Best shoes for diabetic feet
For most people a bad shoe day may mean a blister on the little toe or painful spot on bottom of the foot that goes away within a couple of days. But for people with diabetes, wearing shoes that don’t fit can cause serious problems. In fact, poorly...
 
 
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