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Hereditary breast cancer: Are you at risk?
For about five to 10 percent of women diagnosed with breast cancer, hereditary factors are the root cause. In fact, having a first-degree relative (such as a mother, sister, daughter) with breast cancer, increases the potential that you are carrying ...
 
 
How to solve problems
I bumped into someone who I hadn’t seen for quite a while just last week. When I asked him how he was doing, he said that he was plagued with problems, both at home and at work which were causing him a whole lot of grief leading to some serious he...
 
 
BTVI students queue for HIV testing
As an 18-year-old who already has a baby, a Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) student spoke candidly about why she recently participated in the school’s free HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) testing. The teenager said she takes ev...
 
 
Diabetes and hearing loss
Two of the most common chronic health concerns among the adult population are diabetes and hearing loss. As a matter of fact, hearing loss is thought to be an under-recognized complication of diabetes that needs a bit more attention. In a study of Ja...
 
 
Give yourself a diabetic foot check-up
Diabetes is a chronic disease that is best treated by a team of health care professionals including family physicians, diabetes educators, wound care specialists, nurses, podiatrists, surgeons, orthopedists, prosthetists, nutritionists and many other...
 
 
Worry or concern?
Many years ago, I put on an event in Nassau ‘Success Symposium’ which featured many top named Authors and Specialists in the Field of Motivation. One of these Authors was Winston K. Pendleton who wrote the books ‘The Pursuit of Happiness’ an...
 
 
The not-so-sweet side sugar
For two-and-a-half decades, Bradley Cooper lived a practically complication-free life, even though he was diabetic. With the exception of his initial hospitalization at diagnosis, for the most part he had the disease under control. That was until he ...
 
 
Walking for the cure
CIBC FirstCaribbean saw its highest levels of participation with a record turnout at the bank’s fifth Annual Walk for the Cure Fun Run/Walk, according to Trevor Torzsas, the bank’s managing director of customer relationship management and strateg...
 
 
That ringing in your ear
The world is filled with many beautiful and amazing sounds that we hear and enjoy, yet there are millions of people all over the world who “hear” noises in their ears that may range from a soft, whistling sound to a loud, roaring wind noise. The ...
 
 
KFC Nassau fights hunger in The Bahamas with launch of its Add Hope hunger relief campaign
KFC Nassau has joined KFC restaurants around the world as the brand’s annual fight against hunger kicked off with the launch of its Add Hope Campaign, a four-week philanthropic endeavor aimed to raise awareness, funds and much-needed food resources...
 
 
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