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Show your partner gratitude

We must remind ourselves to focus on the good....be thankful!With the holidays just behind us, the common message spoken this time of year is thankfulness. So what are you thankful for in your relationships? There are so many incentives to being in a

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A heart of empathy: 11-year-old girl hosts 'Princess' party to combat bullying

JAMAEJA Evans is an 11-year-old girl who has a big heart for helping others, especially children like herself and those who have been bullied. It is this “heart of gold”, as her mother Richenda Hamilton calls it, which inspired her to host the “Princ

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Wake up, Bahamas...to nocturia

By Dr Greggory Pinto Q: I am a 56-year-old male with hypertension and, for the past three years, I have woken up at least six to seven times a night with the urge to urinate. I also suffer from weak urine stream and dribbling. My wife also wakes up m

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Sisterhood in action: Women's Wednesdays continues with a focus on health and wellness

As the famous Eurythmics song says, sisters are doin’ it for themselves...all around the world, and right here in the Bahamas.Tomorrow, an event to highlight Bahamian women will take place at the National Art Gallery starting at 6pm. It is the next i

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Sandy goes pro with love for fashion

Women around the world are taking advantage of DIY suppliers to make their dreams come – designing and creating jewellery and other accessories to make a living.

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YASMINE COOKE - my devastation over drug arrest lies

Beauty queen hits back at fake news slur

REIGNING Miss Universe Bahamas Yasmine Cooke is hitting out at a fake online story which claimed she had been arrested at London’s Heathrow Airport for attempting to smuggle cocaine.

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YOU GO GIRL: Young fashionista dreams of endless possibilities

She may be only 22 years old, but fashion enthusiast Sayar Rolle has already fulfilled her childhood dream of owning her own business. Shadel Bahamas is the name of her delivery service which offers products to meet the needs of every fashionista.

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Silence is violence

Violence is used to silence. Silence is death. Silence is violence. Silence not only destroys any social harmony that could develop between communities, it also destroys the communities and those within them. Silence is not golden!Bahamians teach our

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Bahamians gear up to 'Race for the Cure'

The Susan G Komen Race for the Cure series, the world’s largest and most successful education and fundraising event for breast cancer, comes to Nassau this weekend. As part of Sunshine Insurance’s Marathon Bahamas Race Weekend, the 5k race will start

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Winfrey highlights story of black woman raped by white men

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Oprah Winfrey’s barnstormer of a speech at the Golden Globes highlighted the story of a black Alabama woman who was raped by six white men in 1944.Winfrey, in speaking of the victims of sexual assault whose voices might never be he

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Grand Bahamians give the gift of life

SIX months after its inception, the Blood Donors Society of Grand Bahama (BDSGB) held its first blood drive and was pleased with the turnout of donors who also signed up with the volunteer blood donors registry.Lededra Marche, BDSGB president, said t

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Bahamian beautyqueen goes globalTenielle Adderley to travel the world for charitable work

AS the first runner-up in the Miss Global pageant this year, Bahamian beauty queen Tenielle Adderley is about to travel around the world to engage in charitable fundraisers while promoting the beauty, intelligence and charm of women everywhere.Tenie

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YOU GO GIRL: Cindy gets creative for children

AIMING to use her growing platform for the greater good, Bahamian comedienne Frecinda “Cindy” Mullings believes that combining colloquialism with comedy to create entertaining, educating and engaging content is how she will evoke social change in the

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Fighting sizeism: With obesity on rise, Paris reflects on mirrored ‘fatphobia’

PARIS (AP) — France gave the world butter croissants and foie gras, yet it has often been a place where being overweight was seen as almost sinful.

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Relationships are mirrors for ourselves

Everyone we see in the world is a reflection of ourselves, and the traits we see most clearly in others are the ones that are strongest in ourselves. This is called the mirror of relationship and it is a powerful tool for emotional freedom.