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The older one is, the higher the chance of developing Parkinson’s
Parkinson’s disease is a progressive disorder of the nervous system that affects a person’s movement. It develops gradually, sometimes starting with a barely noticeable tremor in just one hand. And while a tremor may be the most well-known sign o...
 
 
Fun in strides
Some came to burn off a few extra calories, others turned out as a part of their fitness regime and a few simply wanted to show their support for Toastmasters Club 1600 during the annual Ed Carey’s Presidents Fun Run Walk. Dressed in tennis and co...
 
 
Baha Mar Casino Hotel and Grand Hyatt light it up blue for autism
Baha Mar joined the global autism community in shedding light on autism spectrum disorders, by lighting it up blue on World Autism Day. As part of the eighth annual “Light It Up Blue” campaign to raise money and awareness for autism, Baha Mar il...
 
 
CIBC FirstCaribbean raises funds for heart disease
For the third consecutive year CIBC FirstCaribbean staff joined together to raise funds for the Bahamas Heart Association (BHA) to mark the BHA’s annual “Red Day”. The bank employees across the country donned red shirts to raise funds and aware...
 
 
Lactation consultation and breastfeeding classes
Some women are born with the determination to have kids and some women play it by ear. Some women know exactly what type of mother they want to be — if they will breastfeed or not, and other women take it one day at a time. Both are perfectly fine....
 
 
Sandals Foundation partners with Dairy Queen Limited to launch sweet charity fundraising campaign in support of PACE
The Sandals Foundation, the non-profit arm of Sandals Resorts International, has partnered with Dairy Queen Limited to launch a charity fundraising campaign to support the Providing Access to Continued Education (PACE) program, which will help to cha...
 
 
Treating corns and calluses
One of the most common reasons why women come to the podiatrist’s office is for unsightly corns and calluses of the toes and feet. The question as to whether they can have the corns removed that very day is not an uncommon request. Corns and callu...
 
 
Change your environment
My friend, today I’m making an appeal to you, that if per chance you are operating your life in an environment which is not conducive to the lifestyle you wish to live, or one that you actually feel is harmful to your continued growth as a human be...
 
 
Shake up your fitness routine
Pole dancing is a concept that is often affiliated with shady, sordid, adult entertainment clubs, but worldwide it has evolved into one of the new and fun fitness trends for women. Those people with raised eyebrows about the fitness trend need not wo...
 
 
The month to light it up blue
April is internationally recognized as Autism Awareness month, and for the next 30 days you will frequently see people wearing the color blue, as well as buildings awash in blue lighting, as corporate citizens show their support for those affected by...
 
 
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