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Health & Wellness

An initiative borne out of tragedy
Last year staff at Royal Fidelity were shocked at the death of their colleague — a person who worked out daily and whom they looked at as the epitome of health. But at the age of 35, that person died of a heart attack. That pushed the group’s hum...
ACE Expo helps people get on a better health track
All aspects of diabetes and the prevention of diabetes were addressed at the second annual ACE Diabetes Get on Track Expo on Saturday. Healthcare professionals provided information on eye care, dental care, physical activity, healthy eating, weight l...
The waiting period — from delivery to conception
Having more than one child is still the norm in this part of the world. We may not be having a dozen kids anymore, but most families opt to have two or three kids. When making the decision to have another child, is there a recommended wait period bet...
CIBC FirstCaribbean has record fundraising for cancer care organizations
Focused effort and creative initiatives including the “Walk for the Cure” event have resulted in record-breaking fundraising amounts by CIBC FirstCaribbean management and staff. The bank’s fundraising events, which began in September and contin...
Feet for life
Diabetes is becoming more and more common with almost 10 percent of Bahamians currently living with the disease. With the increasing numbers of obesity and poor lifestyle choices, the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that the prevalence of d...
Fast and furious
One of the greatest self-help books ever written was “The Laws Of Success” authored by Dr. Napoleon Hill which I’m delighted to say I read from cover to cover several times, many years ago. Now there’s a line in that great book which I’ve n...
Shades of blue
Of cancers affecting both men and women, colorectal cancer (cancer of the colon and rectum) is the second-leading cancer killer in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention. But, according the CDC, it does n...
One uninfected partner, plus one condom, plus another uninfected partner equals no HIV infection
Scores of students queued up for a recent campus-wide HIV/AIDS testing at The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI), all in an effort to know their statuses and strengthen awareness of the deadly disease. Highlighted during the day was t...
Leg amputations are deadlier than breast cancer and prostate cancer
With all the violence, accidents and diabetes, amputation of a part or all of the foot or leg is becoming more common in The Bahamas. Leg or foot amputation is cutting off a part or the entire leg, foot or toes. Losing a toe or part of the foot or le...
Gift registry must-haves for mom and baby
From the moment you find out you are pregnant, most women get very excited to do their gift registry. With so many products and brands out there, it can be very intimidating, especially if this is your first pregnancy. The maternity and baby gurus at...
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