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Health & Wellness

 
Physical activity and the cancer patient
Historically, clinicians have advised cancer patients to rest and avoid activity, but newer research has shown that exercise is not only safe and possible during cancer treatment, but can improve how a patient functions physically, as well as his or ...
 
 
Reaching mothers through the healthcare system
Bun in the Oven is passionate about helping mothers make the best decisions for themselves and their babies by offering a series of information and support services such as infant CPR, birth coaching and breastfeeding classes. Even more exciting is t...
 
 
The universal connection
I have facilitated seminars throughout the world for leading corporate entities for many years in North America, The Bahamas, the Caribbean and the Asia-Pacific region. Now the material, ideas and concepts which I shared with my students over the yea...
 
 
Taking a healthy initiative
“God helps those who help themselves” is a popular motto that emphasizes the importance of initiative. With that in mind, the people of Cherokee Sound, Abaco, have taken it upon themselves to ensure that their community has a medical facility tha...
 
 
Ingrown toenails
Ingrown toenails are one of the most common and most painful nail complaints seen by the podiatrist. Ingrown nails are often a splinter or spike of nail digging into the soft tissue on the side of the nail, often leading to redness and swelling and c...
 
 
Cancer rehabilitation and wellness
When you hear about cancer treatment, you traditionally hear about patients undergoing surgery, radiation and chemotherapy. You may even hear about biological therapy, hormonal therapy and anti-angiogenesis treatment. But what is often missing from t...
 
 
Cancer survivor ties the knot in paradise
Meet the Browns. Cancer survivor Erin Brown recently tied the knot with the love of her life, Leslie Tametryo Brown at the Atlantis, Paradise Island resort. The bride, who battled bone cancer, lost a child and dealt with life’s other curveballs, s...
 
 
John Bull turns pink for Inner Wheel of East Nassau’s Pretty in Pink Party in aid of breast cancer research
John Bull’s Bay Street store was recently turned pink to raise funds to assist the Cancer Society with its ongoing cancer screenings for breast and prostate cancer in the Family Islands, and with research, by members and friends of the Inner Wheel ...
 
 
CIBC FirstCaribbean hosts fun walk to raise funds for cancer treatment and prevention
The most moving part of CIBC FirstCaribbean’s third annual Walk for the Cure support initiative was the release of balloons that brought participants to their feet in a moment of silence and contemplation at the Goodman’s Bay Corporate Centre. Th...
 
 
Dance is physically demanding on the musculoskeletal system, especially the feet
Dancing is an art that involves the movement of the body to music and is an excellent form of exercise for the whole body. If you love dancing for exercise, whether it be ballet, hip hop, salsa, calypso, Zumba or any other forms of aerobic dance, you...
 
 
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