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Eardrum perforations
The eardrum is a thin, cone-shaped piece of skin or membrane, less than half an inch wide that separates the ear canal from the middle ear. It is also known as the tympanic membrane. A perforation of the eardrum is a hole or rupture of the eardrum le...
 
 
Caring for working feet
Your feet bear the brunt of your daily working life. The average person walks the equivalent of five times around the earth in a lifetime and each step can exert up to two times your body weight in ground reactive forces through your lower limbs. Pro...
 
 
Past record or present performance?
Now let’s face it, there are thousands and thousands of people spread throughout this great big world of ours who have some “skeletons in their closet” so to speak, who have a record of not performing too well in the past. Quite frankly, if I l...
 
 
20 to battle in 20th year
Students from as young as eight years old, in the person of Leviah Martin, up to age 14, in the person of Jannie Joseph, will participate in the 20th Bahamas National Spelling Bee. Martin, eight, a fourth grade student at Old Bight Primary School, wi...
 
 
BTC awards BMES top achievers
D’Ajonae Jayawardana, Kiara Williams and Amor Ferguson learned that excellence in the classroom pays off well beyond the sitting and recognition of excellent national examination results as Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) recognized Bishop...
 
 
BTVI cosmetology students get hands-on experience with senior citizens
Hair analysis class students at the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute got the opportunity to put theory into practice by giving residents of Pat’s Senior Citizens Home a day of beauty treatments. The 19 cosmetology students styled the hai...
 
 
Fault finders
Let me commence here today by asking you a couple of questions. Do you know any fault finders? You know the kinds of people I’m referring to here today, those particularly negative people who are always looking for faults in people which they can h...
 
 
GGYA explorers venture into the unknown and find themselves
In Fresh Creek, Andros, they were definitely out of their comfort zone. The pitch-black night disguised the landscape of Andros’ pine forest near Captain Bill’s Blue Hole. Crackling sounds of the undergrowth and “spooky” nocturnal animals v...
 
 
GGYA is more than a tradition — it’s a lifestyle
It was the best and worst of times. A thriving world population hit 5 billion. A gleeful Margaret Thatcher sailed into office, securing her third term as Britain’s prime minister. In The Bahamas, a triumphant Sir Lynden Pindling won his sixth, con...
 
 
St. Anne’s School’s deputy head boy organizes food drive to help Bahamians in need; donates to Hands for Hunger
When St. Anne’s School student Philip Gray Jr., 11, asked his father how he could help starving children in Africa, his father told him there were people right here at home who could use some help. He spoke to Philip Jr. about the Hands For Hunger ...
 
 
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