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Red-hot cause
From 1985, the year the first clinical case of AIDS was identified in The Bahamas, up to December 31, 2012, The Bahamas has had a cumulative total of 12,712 reported HIV infections; 8,186 of those infected persons are believed to have been living wit...
 
 
Preparing for the first day of school
Arriving at the day when your little baby is ready for school can come with some mixed emotions for a parent. On one hand, you are proud that your baby is all grown up and ready to take the next step, on the other hand, you may feel anxious about lea...
 
 
CIBC FirstCaribbean to stage annual walk for the cure
The importance of finding a cure for cancer and the need for ongoing research to halt the devastating impact of the disease on the lives and livelihoods of millions of families across the globe, continues to find a voice through the 3,000-strong empl...
 
 
Apathy or empathy
My friend, as I have written about over and over again in these articles over the years, everything in life is choice. As a matter of fact, as Dr. Myles Munroe said when I interviewed him for my “Success Files” series some years ago, “Even when...
 
 
Zion Knowles on her way to recovery
Jason Knowles never thought it would have been his child who, by the time she reached her preschool years, would have exhausted a $1 million medical insurance and wracked up hundreds of thousands more in medical bills. He never thought his child woul...
 
 
Dairy Queen’s Miracle Treat Day to defray sick child’s medical expenses
For 30 years Dairy Queen (DQ) in North America has partnered with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals (CMNH) and raised $100 million to date — funds which have been donated to CMHNs across North America — and this year, as North American DQs c...
 
 
How to survive the first eight weeks with a newborn
Bringing home a baby can be a bit intimidating, especially for first-time mothers. Even second-time mothers can feel a bit overwhelmed and intimidated trying to manage life from one child (in some cases a toddler) to two children. Taking care of your...
 
 
Purchasing school shoes that make the grade
School will soon re-open for the new academic term and parents are busy shopping for school supplies, uniforms and shoes. Parents must remember that school shoes are one of the most expensive and most important purchases they will make for their chil...
 
 
Battles are lost in ‘the mind’
Now some may initially be puzzled by the title of today’s article “Battles are lost In ‘the mind.’” Yes indeed, one would indeed assume, that at least all physical battles are lost on the ground, on the actual battlefield where the fightin...
 
 
A hand up
Mark Brown knows what it’s like to have been a ward of the state. He spent infancy through age 13 living in state-run children’s facilities before he and his twin brother Matthew were reunited with their mother. Now an adult, Brown is looking to ...
 
 
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