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Health and wellness the order of the day at The Nassau Guardian’s annual event
The Nassau Guardian’s Health and Financial Fair brought together vendors across the health and financial spectrum under one roof, where people could get the answers to their questions, whether it related to their physical or financial health. The ...
The purpose of ear wax and how to deal with it
Ear wax or cerumen, is a yellowish, waxy, natural substance produced by glands in the skin of the outer ear canal of humans and other mammals to protect the ear canals from damage and infection. Ear wax consists mainly of shed skin cells, hair and th...
CIBC FirstCaribbean donates life-saving diabetic device to young patient and support group
Kaylee Hanchell, 6, and her parents Kareem and Shelisha Hanchell were the first recipients of the Dexcom Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) System at The Family Medicine Centre. The advanced glucose monitoring system is a life-saving diabetic devic...
Turf toe
Turf toe is not a term you want to use when talking to a head football coach about his star running back, like it was seen in the recent Super Bowl. Turf toe is a common term used to describe a sprain of the ligaments around the big toe joint. Altho...
About turn
I’m sure that most people have at some time watched a group of military personnel marching — either in person or on video or film…it’s a wonderful sight to behold. I remember well the part that I liked to watch was when the drill sergeant sho...
Rheumatoid arthritis is more than just a joint disease
At it’s most basic, the average person would describe rheumatoid arthritis (RA) as joint pain, but the disease is not purely joint disease and goes beyond that. It’s a painful and destructive joint disease that can cause deformity in the hands, a...
Rechargeable hearing aids are the trend of the future
For those who wear hearing aids, one of the more notable complaints is the constant change of batteries that must take place on a regular basis for optimum hearing aid performance. Depending upon the size of the hearing aid and the degree of hearing ...
Regional nurses excelling at specialized training at UWI; second cohort to start in May
The first cohort of Caribbean nurses undergoing specialist training to care for children with cancer and blood disorders have all successfully completed the first semester. Thirteen nurses from The Bahamas, Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago and...
The bump that can develop from wearing pumps
Pump bumps are painful, swollen bumps behind the heel, where the shoe rubs against the back of the ankle. It usually affects young women in their 20s and 30s who love to wear high heel shoes. The official name for this bump is Haglund’s deformity, ...
Walk down a new street
I always remember, that when I was younger I’d arrive in a completely new town or city, wherever in the world it happened to be — in Europe, North America, the Caribbean, the Far East or Australia — I’d make it a point to explore different pa...
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