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Lockdown's mental toll

We are eight months into the COVID-19 pandemic, little has changed, and lockdowns are still the go-to method to curbing the spread of the new coronavirus.

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Cancer isn’t a death sentence

FOR 28-year-old breast cancer survivor Zitalia Fox, the journey was not an easy one.

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Win the morning

Despite what many people think I was never really a morning person. I was always one of those people who struggled to get out of bed during the week and never really got around to life until early afternoon on the weekend.

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Viagra for Women

The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on June 21, 2019, 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.

What's your end goal?

I know that most of us are familiar with the goal setting phase and even with my clients I stress the importance of setting goals. We typically use the SMART goal model – specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and time-based goals.

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Helping to feed the hungry

A DONATION of $20,000 is going to help feed more Bahamians during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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'I must live at 100 percent with no regrets'

AFTER cancer, everything becomes a new normal, said Bahamian woman Judy Lundy-Miller.

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Andrew puts dent in obesity

LIKE many teens and kids who were under stay at home orders since March due to the pandemic, 14-year-old Andrew Woodside Jr found himself overindulging on fast food and rarely getting involved in any physical activity.

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You have to start somewhere

I think that everyone would agree that 2020 was a challenging year thus far for most people here at home and around the world. With that being said, if you are reading this that means that you have time and you can still make the most of it to finish 2020 strong.

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Prostate cancer and breast cancer: It's in the genes

This article is the fifth prostate cancer related article for the all important September Prostate Cancer Awareness month.

AIDS foundation helps students with distance learning

AS an extension of its outreach, the AIDS Foundation has launched an initiative to raise funds for digital learning tools that will ensure students have a quality virtual experience.

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Eat Emotionally Well

NUTRITIONIST Sha King believes what started four years ago as a small home business has turned into a full-blown movement.

Supporting one another in the fight against cancer

In the wake of Hurricane Dorian and the COVID-19 pandemic, three Abaco natives have formed their own support network as they face new challenges.

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Choose your goal - even it it's wanting a six-pack

I remember when starting out on my health and fitness journey, my goals might not be what you would have imagined. It wasn’t about losing 110 pounds or being able to run a six-minute mile. I didn’t want to reduce my risk of high blood pressure and diabetes. Truthfully, all I wanted was a six-pack. The foundation of my journey was built on sheer vanity.

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Prostate cancer is a killer - here's what you can do about it

This article represents the fourth article in a five part series dedicated to educating the public in this prostate cancer awareness month.

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