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Health coach Ethan Quant, of Elite Wellness Solutions, has succeeded in his weight loss journey and now wants to share his methods with the Bahamas in an effort to foster a culture of wellness and conquer the obesity epidemic.

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Rotary golf tournament is successful fundraiser for special autism classroom

The Rotary Club of Nassau Sunrise’s inaugural charity golf tournament was a much more than a “putting” success. It attracted well-known golf enthusiasts and supporters, including Rotarians, who answered the call to assist in the fundraising efforts f

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Prostrate cancer treatments

Bahamian men are predominately of African ancestry and have a disproportionately high rate of obesity – both of which are risk factors for developing a more aggressive form of prostate cancer and a greater risk of suffering from prostate cancer at an

Bahamian nurses shine in South Florida

Nurse Joanna Curry got the chance to shine and make her country proud as she was presented with the prestigious Presidential Award at the National Nurse Empowerment and Leadership Conference, held recently in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.The fourth annua

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Vasectomy: A great family planning choice

Vasectomies are the subject of many unfounded myths and plagued by numerous negative connotations. Many Bahamian men, like men everywhere, have a fear of the unknown regarding vasectomies.All children are a blessing, but once you have completed your

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School security officers trained to provide first aid in case of emergencies

To ensure the safety and well-being of students ahead of the new school year, the Ministry of Education’s Security Division for the the first held special CPR/First Aid classes for officers stationed at schools throughout the country.The classes were

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The bionic manhood

Every Bahamian man will face issues with erectile dysfunction at least once in his lifetime. It is an embarrassing affliction that many men suffer with needlessly and in silence.

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We need all hands on deck!

Health coach Ethan Quant, of Elite Wellness Solutions, has succeeded in his weight loss journey and now wants to share his methods with the Bahamas in an effort to foster a culture of wellness and conquer the obesity epidemic.

Ready, set, latch on!

Global event seeks to break breastfeeding record

Bahamian women are invited to join mothers from all over the world for the Global Big Latch Off event this weekend to raise awareness of the importance of breastfeeding.

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$13,000 raised for kids with sickle cell disease during Miracle Treat Day

More than $13,000 was raised for children with sickle cell disease during this year’s Miracle Treat Day by Dairy Queen Bahamas.

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'Viagra' for women

The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on June 21 approved the new “female Viagra”, a sexual libido enhancing medication called Vyleesi. Vyleesi is not a pill; it is a self or partner administered injectable that should be given 45 minutes before sexual intercourse. It has been recommended that Vyleesi should not be administered more than once in a 24-hour period and it should not be used more than eight times in a given month.

Begin a new, healthier life with your own garden

After her mother was told to eat better or else she may not enjoy the full quality of life, Latoya Hutchinson decided to grow a full-fledged garden in her backyard to help provide her mother with healthy, home-grown produce.

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New innovative treatment for overactive bladder

Overactive bladder and urinary incontinence/leak affects thousands of Bahamian men, women and children.

Sixth annual Miracle Treat Day to support children with sickle cell disease

Dairy Queen is calling on all to help make miracles for children with sickle cell disease. On Thursday, July 25, Miracle Treat Day 2019, DQ will donate $2 from every Blizzard treat sold to the Bahamas Sickle Cell Association.

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Raise a cup to good health

Rediscovering traditional fruit teas

Looking around in her community, Degria Duncombe became alarmed at the increasing number young Bahamians who are battling health issues like high blood pressure, constipation and other conditions.

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