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Students get HIV/AIDS reality check

MORE than 70 students from Eleuthera recently attended an HIV/AIDS awareness event that gave them a serious reality check.

Bahamian nurse aims to make a difference

By ALESHA CADET

Victorian high tea 'a great success'

AN atmosphere comparable to a London luxury hotel, the ambience of Government House’s gardens, the relaxing view of Nassau Harbour, soft orchestral music, hats, gloves, a fashion show, raffles and prizes – put them all together and you have the annual tea party event hosted by the Heart Ball Committee.

Reach Bahamas outlines 2015 goals as it celebrates 15th anniversary

DOZENS of guests filled the State Room at Government House last Thursday as William Hilton sang the national anthem a cappella to begin an “Evening Under the Stars” to commemorate REACH Bahamas’ 15th anniversary.

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Bahamas Waste continues to go pink to promote early detection

TAKING its breast cancer awareness initiative beyond just a month or a single event, the Bahamas Waste company continues to promote its efforts with the help of its now famous Big Pink Truck.

REACH Bahamas celebrates 15 years

AS REACH Bahamas continues to commemorate its 15th year of raising awareness of autism in the country, the organisation has renewed its focus and will take an even more active approach in educating Bahamians about the neurodevelopmental disorder going forward.

Nassau boutique hotel to feature renowned spa

THE ultimate holistic wellness experience is coming to The Bahamas.

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'Thank God for life'

I WILL begin by sharing a quote with you by Thomas Edison: “The doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame , in diet and the cause and prevention of disease.”

Healthcare vs sickness care

By SUSAN DONALD, DC

Cancer Society explains genetic testing for breast cancer

THE Cancer Society of the Bahamas is clarifying information that appeared in a recent media report about genetic testing for breast cancer.

The importance of exfoliation

Desquamation is the body’s natural process of exfoliation, or the shedding of dry, old, hardened skin cells so new cells can come to the surface. In an oily skin condition, desquamation can be slowed, as oily skin acts as a glue that holds dead skin cells to the surface. This can contribute to clogged follicles, leading to the build-up of acne bacteria which stimulates the production of breakouts.

When chiropractic is right for you

By Dr Christie 
Prosper

Bahamian documentary to explore 'Perfect Feet'

By JEFFARAH GIBSON

Unmasking root canal therapy

THE medical health writer Dr Joseph Mercola publishes articles on root canal therapy several times a year. In his articles, he advises all his readers never to have a root canal therapy performed.

Ranfurly hosts 'Love that Child' walkathon

FOR the first time ever, the Ranfurly Homes For Children played host to a Love That Child Walkathon and Fun Run last Saturday.

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