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Tough questions to answer? Then ask God

THERE are times when you have to ask God for your answers because the official advisors do not agree: Reheboam is approached by his people to make life easier than his father Solomon did. This what happened in 1 Kings 12:13-14: The king answered the

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Bewildered inside the hospital

This week, I went to the Princess Margaret Hospital to visit a patient. When I entered the lobby, I was greeted by a very pleasant, helpful security guard. I said I was there to see a patient and was asked his name and when he was admitted. I had his name but was unsure about when he was admitted. The security guard let me pass and directed me to Accident & Emergency.

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Let your body catch up with your lifestyle

When I was well on my health and fitness journey there was this very awkward period of transition between where I was in my head and how my body looked in real life.

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I am not my mother’s daughter

I was my mother’s consequence not her daughter. I was the consequence of her intimacy with my father, but I was not her child. The words ‘daughter’ and ‘child’ denote a caring and closeness that is thought to be normal and natural between mother and child. For my mother and I this was not so. Although I came from her, I was foreign to her like an invading pathogen to the body.

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When you fall, get back up!

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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Bahamas improvements

EDITOR, The Tribune. Thank you for allowing me space in your daily to commend the present government on its vision and one or two of its many accomplishments since 2007. I start by saying that I am a proud Bahamian from off East Street. I am 35 years

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Bahamas improvements

EDITOR, The Tribune. Thank you for allowing me space in your daily to commend the present government on its vision and one or two of its many accomplishments since 2007. I start by saying that I am a proud Bahamian from off East Street. I am 35 years

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Design your lifestyle - Friendship

Victoria Sarne continues her examination of life-changing moments and daily challenges. I was thinking about the nature of friendship, the different forms it takes and what it has meant to me in my life. I have a woman friend who lives in Canada and

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‘I honestly thought I was going to die’

A MAN who tested positive for COVID-19 has told The Tribune how he battled the disease through self-medicating, quarantine and advice from his doctor.

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Mindful eating

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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Deserved words of praise for hospital staff

Last week, I was admitted to The Princess Margaret Hospital, Maternity Ward, in labour, because I had a previous caesarean section, I knew that I was to deliver by that mode again. The reception I got on the Labour Ward was great.

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‘Nygard ordeal never left me’: Accuser’s account of how visit to his home turned into nightmare

REVA Steenbergen is still traumatised by her encounter with Peter Nygard, so much so she chokes up remembering the events that changed her life 29 years ago.

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BTC failure

I am perturbed, to say the least, by the service I have received today (4/16/2018) from BTC! I consider myself an exemplary customer as I do not complain and I give this service provider the benefit of the doubt! As a matter of fact, I had recently refused to give Aliv a chance but after today’s experience I am converted to Aliv.

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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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Life changed when I joined the early morning club

Despite what many people think, I was never really a “morning person”. I had always been someone who struggled to get out of bed during the week and never really got around to life until early in the afternoon on the weekend.I loved my bed and it was

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‘Mother’ Pratt: It has been rough

FORMER Deputy Prime Minister Cynthia “Mother” Pratt says she’s happy to be recuperating at home after surviving horrific COVID-19 symptoms in hospital. “It’s been rough, oh it’s been rough, but praise God, I made it,” Mrs Pratt, 75, said yesterday.

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INSIGHT: Chantal is just like many Bahamian women. She had simple goals in life - study hard, find a good job, meet a nice guy and settle down.

Not much to ask for but sadly for too many women in our society today that simple dream can end in tears

I met D when I was a student at College of The Bahamas. Both of us were doing evening classes because we worked during the day. Since we were both in the business department, we had more than one class together the semester we met. We got to know each other when we were in the same group for a project. I saw he was very smart and he was always friendly toward me.

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Virus forces Bahamian Racquel Riley to exit Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic

HIT by a stomach virus, Grand Bahamian Racquel Riley withdrew from the 2015 Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic this morning when play resumed after the rain-affected first round yesterday.

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‘Living or dead, give me my son’ – Desperate missing Marvin’s family hire private detectives

NEARLY a year after Marvin Pratt went missing, his mother Barbara Saunders is more restless than ever. “Some nights I still can’t sleep, so I just try to keep going,” the 61-year-old said yesterday.

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It's better in the Bahamas - promising beginnings

NOT too many moons ago — during the Pindling era – young Bahamians were encouraged to aim to be entrepreneurs. Success meant owning ones own business and hiring others.

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