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Doctors Hospital corporate blood drive: Helping others save lives

A desperate attempt to save a life and a call to lend a helping hand to someone in need is what the Lyford Cay International School set out to do when they participated in Doctors Hospital’s Corporate Blood Drive programme for the second time this year.

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Family desperate for support as 11-year-old Amos battles leukemia

DESPITE THE shocking diagnosis of leukemia, 11-year-old Amon Martin is remaining strong as he battles the life-threatening disease.

SARAH BEEK: Preventing acne of the body

Blackheads and whiteheads can appear anywhere on the face, chest, back, or even lower. Blackheads occurring on the body are most common in those with genetically oily skin.

What is sunburn

By Sarah Beek

The Brown Bag Initiative

By JEFFARAH GIBSON

'Hoppping into health and safety' at COB

By ALESHA CADET

Do you put up with sciatica or leg pain?

The sciatic nerve is the longest and largest in the body. When it is inflamed, this condition is called sciatica.

Put the glow back in aging skin

Has your skin been dull, flaky or uneven lately? It could be related to environmental changes, allergies, sun damage, even stress — or it could just be because you’re aging. (Don’t worry, it happens to everyone.) Fortunately, there is something you can do about it: exfoliate!

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Bahamian parents encourage autism awareness

PARENTS came out last Wednesday with their autistic children in support of the “Light It Up Blue” event in Rawson Square to show the country that they exist and are not so different from other Bahamian families.

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Sweating it to the sounds of junkanoo

WITH the goal of building healthy physiques and turning the Bahamas into a healthier nation, the trainers at Caribbean Sweat Fitness are on a mission to get the country “moving”. And they are doing it with the help of Junkanoo.

Enjoy the taste of eating right

By JEFFARAH GIBSON

Overcome accidents and trauma

By Dr Kelly Kramp

A focus on colon cancer

THROUGH various efforts this month, local doctors and health care providers are hoping to provide Bahamians with as much knowledge as possible on colorectal cancer disease, more commonly known as colon cancer.

Support for firearms group

EDITOR, The Tribune.

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