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Men with shorter strides are 40 percent more likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction

Japanese researchers have concluded that men who take shorter strides when walking are 40 percent more likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction than men who walk with long strides. The study conducted at the Hirosaki University determined that both erectile dysfunction and short strides when walking correlated strongly with men having weak pelvic muscles.

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Never too late to start

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.

How safe is vaping?

WITH 13 reported deaths, hundreds of new cases of a mysterious lung disease that has spurred congressional hearings in the US, the question now for many who enjoy vape pens and other e-cigarettes is how safe are they?

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Mental health and creativity go hand-in-hand at HEALinc Summit

The new group Emerging Creatives has partnered with the HEALinc Future Health Summit in an effort to bring awareness to the importance of the relationship between mental health and creativity.

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Does pornography lead to erectile dysfunction?

Every man will face some form of erectile dysfunction is his lifetime, whether it takes the form of poor quality erections, difficulty maintaining an erection, or premature ejaculation.

A faster way to heal: Platelet rich plasma therapy at Family Medical Centre

Family Medicine Centre is now offering platelet rich plasma (PRP) therapy, an innovative treatment which helps in the healing of injured muscles, ligaments, and tendons. It is a non-surgical treatment for chronic sports and musculoskeletal injuries.

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Healthy coping mechanisms

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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Para-triathlete Erin Brown enjoys ‘rewarding’ training sessions on path to Paralympics

Erin Brown, the Bahamian para-triathlete who has her sights set on participating in the 2020 Summer Paralympic Games in Tokyo, recently wrapped up a “painful yet rewarding” training experience at a special centre in Colorado.

‘Paint Da Streets Pink’ for breast cancer awareness

Joggers, runners and walkers are set to “Paint Da Streets Pink” for the seventh consecutive year, as the Rotaract Club of South East Nassau Centennial hosts its annual fun run/walk this Saturday.

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The future of healthcare: Upcoming summit focuses on regenerative health

Doing her part to promote a new, 21st century approach to healthcare, Dr Desirée Cox is hosting the second annual HEALinc Future Health Innovation Summit at the Grand Hyatt next month. This year, the focus is on promoting regenerative health.

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Don’t let urinary leaks control your life!

Many women can unfortunately laugh, sneeze, cough and pee all at the same time. It is called stress urinary incontinence and it is a heartbreaking disorder that has tens of thousands of our Bahamian women afraid to laugh or reluctant to exercise, or even mindful when bending to lift a child because they are going to leak urine.

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How to notice stress

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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How chiropractic keeps you healthy

Chiropractic is a branch of the healing arts which is based upon the premise that good health depends, in part, upon a normally functioning nervous system especially the spine, and the nerves extending from the spine to all parts of the body.

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Nurses trained to help save limbs

With 13.6 percent of the population of the Bahamas suffering from diabetes, the country is at an epidemic status. Each year, more than more one million diabetics around the world lose at least a leg. Research has shown that 85 percent of all amputations are preceded by an ulcer and can be prevented.

Take time to ‘unplug’ from hurricane coverage

Therapist stresses the need for self-care in times of disaster

AS the country grapples with the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, a local therapist is encouraging Bahamians to implement self-care strategies, to unplug and decompress even as they put their energy into relief efforts.

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