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Hurricanes drive addiction issues into public square
(AP) – In the whirr of preparations for Hurricane Irma, a needle exchange program in Miami's Overtown neighborhood handed out extra syringes to heroin users. Others trying to break from the drug's grasp picked up advance medication from methadone c...
Prostate cancer awareness
Six years ago, Anglican Bishop Laish Boyd said the best gift a person could give their family is health, after a routine annual health checkup detected he had elevated prostate specific antigen (PSA), which meant he had cancer in his prostate. It was...
The disease that is becoming more prevalent
Diverticular disease is a relatively common condition that happens as a result of aging muscles in the wall of the large bowel. Small bulges or pockets develop in the lining of the intestine, and when those pockets become inflamed or infected, divert...
$260K-plus raised to date by Sixth Annual CIBC First Caribbean Walk For the Cure
Fundraising for one of the region’s largest cancer care and awareness events has kicked off across the English-speaking and Dutch Caribbean with over $267,119 being raised so far from over 160 corporate supporters. The sixth edition of CIBC FirstC...
The importance of flossing
Periodontist Dr. Antoine Clarke encourages flossing as one part of a regular hygiene routine that also includes brushing teeth at least twice a day and flossing at least once a day. He says the main purpose of flossing is to decrease plaque (bacteria...
Wellness expert urges new look at how diabetes is treated
For patients suffering from Type 2 diabetes, the daily prick is as predictable as the changing of the tides. But the wave of wellness that is sweeping the medical industry may just be changing the way doctors treat diabetes. And one local expert who ...
Mommy and Me workouts: Creating a healthy, active bond between you and your child
Parenting is an important full-time job that requires the distribution of an endless amount of love, affection and guidance. As a parent, it is important to build a community of supporters who can alleviate any stressors associated with parenting, in...
DQ’s Miracle Treat Day raises $11K to assist people affected with Down syndrome
Children and families affected by Down Syndrome in The Bahamas will benefit from $11,000 raised during DQ’s Miracle Treat Day as the treat company earmarked this year’s money to assist The Bahamas Down Syndrome & Friends Center, Stapledon Sch...
CIBC FirstCaribbean soca party strikes a chord for cancer awareness
In the midst of the fun and revelry of CIBC FirstCaribbean’ Soca Party for the Cure cancer fundraiser, three sisters recounted the story of losing their sibling to cancer earlier this year. Standing side-by-side, Jan, Nell, and Dorothy remembered ...
The Browns pay it forward
A decade ago, Janet Brown’s husband, Gerard Brown Sr., lost his battle with cancer. During his illness, and in the Brown family’s time of need, there were people that showed them kindness. Yesterday, they reciprocated in a tangible way with a $10...
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