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Health & Wellness

 
Be good to yourself
New year, new you — well as far as your diet and exercise are concerned. Maybe you made a resolution or two to improve socially and mentally, but the physical should not be left out. You should be taking care of your biggest organ — your skin —...
 
 
Hearing loss in school-aged children
Based on United States studies (helpkidshear.org) about 14.9 percent of all school-aged children between the ages of six and 19 have some significant degree of hearing loss in one or both ears. Children with even slight hearing loss have much more d...
 
 
Foot pain and exercise
Beginning a new exercise program is very rewarding, but can also have some setbacks. Foot pain is one of the most common setbacks to any exercise program. A survey by the American Podiatric Medical Association found foot problems are a major deterren...
 
 
I am who I am
My friend, let me commence here today by asking you a couple of straightforward questions which I obviously want you to answer with complete candor. Number one: Do you really know who you are? And number two: Are you actually being you or are you try...
 
 
The dreaded flu and cold season
It’s that time of year again — everywhere you go you seem to be bombarded with people coughing, sneezing, and blowing their noses. These are symptoms that indicate that the dreaded cold and flu season is once again upon us, and many Bahamians wil...
 
 
CIBC FirstCaribbean supports Crisis Centre
The Bahamas Crisis Centre recently received a financial boost from CIBC FirstCaribbean. The bank presented the non-profit organization with a check to assist with holiday programs and to help defray the cost of client needs and services. The Crisis ...
 
 
Preparing your feet to survive the holidays
Christmas may be past, and all the shopping has been done, but you still have to protect your feet, because we’re still doing lots of walking, and even sometimes running. In addition, it is time for lots of standing, while cooking, attending partie...
 
 
Spend or save?
As most will know, the whole economy of the United States of America and indeed most countries around the world is built on consumerism — that is having businesses who employ people and pay taxes to government, offering products and services to the...
 
 
The clinical laboratory scientist fixer
From Zimbabwe’s first diagnosed case of HIV/AIDS in 1985, up to 1997, the country’s health situation became increasingly dire. At the disease’s peak between 2000 and 2003, according to health statistics, 29 percent of the population was infecte...
 
 
KFC Nassau continues its annual fight against hunger, raising over $45,000 in Add Hope campaign
In its ninth year, KFC’s Add Hope campaign proved the power of helping those in need, more than ever before. The KFC Add Hope campaign raised over $45,000 toward hunger alleviation efforts of Hands for Hunger; the United Nations World Food Programm...
 
 
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