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Health & Wellness

 
The health challenge of the 21st century
Obesity is one of the greatest public health challenges of the 21st century with worldwide obesity having doubled between 1980 and 2014, according to World Health Organization (WHO) statistics. Across the globe, more than 1.9 billion adults are overw...
 
 
Are you lazy?
I know a lot of lazy people. They are people who would rather spend the day planted on the couch than anywhere else. They are people who choose take-out over home cooked, every night of the week. They are people who would rather have a root canal ...
 
 
Survivors, supporters and fitness buffs make ready to sweat and party
Survivors, supporters, fitness buffs and soca fans will come together to fete for a worthy cause at CIBC FirstCaribbean’s Soca for the Cure event. The interactive fitness experience will launch the fundraising season that leads up to the bank’s f...
 
 
Thirty-six future healthcare professionals receive scholarship assistance from Dr. Meyer Rassin Foundation
Donovan Williams was ecstatic to learn that he was one of 36 Bahamians studying to become healthcare professionals to receive financial assistance from the Doctors Hospital Dr. Meyer Rassin Foundation’s scholarship fund to help him offset his educa...
 
 
Arthritis pain relief can be had
Joint pain complaints are commonplace, and almost expected as people age. Arthritis is the leading cause of disability in the United States affecting more than 40 million people. It is more common as you get older, however it can occur at any age. Th...
 
 
Do unto others
I do believe, that the longevity and success of my daily radio series and these articles is due to the fact, that I endeavor at all times to explain things in as simple terms as I possibly can so that people around the globe can comprehend the partic...
 
 
Keeping your cool
It’s that time of year when daytime temperatures soar into the mid-90s, sometimes making it feel like it is over 100 degrees. Even when the sun’s rays are not at their hottest, it can still be pretty steamy out there. And the people who engage in...
 
 
DQ and REACH aim to make miracles happen for autism community
It’s a steamy summer but next week the forecast is calling for a blizzard on Miracle Treat Day. On July 28, Dairy Queen will donate $2 for every blizzard sold to families affected by autism spectrum disorder (ASD). “Miracle Treat Day is a celeb...
 
 
Five reasons people gain weight on vacation
Vacations are a time to get away from the grind of everyday life — to indulge mind and body in relaxation and enjoyment. Unfortunately, all that indulgence typically leads to a pound gained for each day that you’re away. To help you combat these...
 
 
Believe in yourself
I watched a great musical show on PBS Television sometime back that featured an upcoming star who was only in his teens and his name is Ethan Bortnick, which was to put it mildly, out of this world. Ethan is an extremely talented musician, singer and...
 
 
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