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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...
 
 
Are you grown up?
Now some people who are chronologically advanced, who are getting on in years as we say, may in fact be quite annoyed by the question posed in today's title “Are you grown up?” But my friend, although you may in fact be chronologically advanced i...
 
 
Finding the perfect stroller
One of the most important purchases you will make for your baby is the stroller. Babies spend lots of time in their stroller, so it is important to either transition your stroller or find one that is transitional from birth to the toddler stage. In ...
 
 
A marathon journey
As breast cancer awareness throughout the world, and particularly The Bahamas, increases, many more women - and men - are surviving the disease once thought to be an automatic death sentence. One such survivor is Bahamian optometrist Dr. Ebbie Shear...
 
 
Your life is your sermon
Do you know a whole lot of people who are always, what we would perhaps term preaching, lecturing everyone on what they should do; and yet as you observe these people perhaps they do not appear to be living their own life in accordance with what they...
 
 
Summer is done, fun-filled fall days ahead
Summer is done. The long days on the beach and boating weekends are pretty much behind us. The cool breezes of fall have slipped in, whispering, and reminding us that Christmas is almost here! After the beach fun is over, what is there to do to pass ...
 
 
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