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A young girl's birthday wish to see again

ELEVEN-year-old Ravyn Deveaux’s birthday wish is to be able to see again after she undergoes surgery on her eyes for the fifth time.

REACH stretched to last dollar, Sure Win steps in

WITH $1 in the bank, REACH – the organisation that is the lifeline for children with autism, their parents, teachers and caregivers – was on the brink of falling off a financial cliff when benefactors Sure Win stepped in.

The wisdom of the body

By THE BAHAMAS

Temporomandibular disorders - what to do

BY DR SPARKMAN

G R Sweeting lends helping hand to Ranfurly Home

G R SWEETING’S Clarks and The Shoe Village stores are lending a helping hand to a local non-profit organisation in need of financial assistance.

Controlling oily shine

By Sarah Beek

Dental implants

By Dr Ricardo

Discover Moringa

By Dr Betty Adderley

Five new ways to be skin savvy

THINK you have a couple more years before having to worry about skin cancer? UV-induced skin issues are serious amongst young adults: melanoma is the most common form of cancer found on 25 to 29-year-olds.

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Five families benefit from Dairy Queen initiative to help sick children

WITH just under 4,000 blizzards sold on Miracle Treat Day on August 14, Dairy Queen Bahamas exceeded their expectations.

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MLS Foundation launches patience assistance programme

A PERSON who has an ostomy knows that without vital supplies, they will not have the quality of life they wish or the ability to live as freely as they want.

Permanent teeth: Don't lose them

BY DR SPARKMAN

Phases of spinal care

By THE BAHAMAS

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