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Hope for women who suffer from recurrent UTIs

A belated Mother's Day gift for women in the Bahamas: a ray of hope for women who suffer from recurrent urinary tract infections. Many women are plagued with the pain and tremendous frustration of recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs).

Hope for women who suffer from recurrent UTIs

A belated Mother's Day gift for women in the Bahamas: a ray of hope for women who suffer from recurrent urinary tract infections. Many women are plagued with the pain and tremendous frustration of recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs).

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STAYING ABREAST: New book tackles care, maintenance of boobs

If you’re going to buy a book about breasts, “Being Breast Aware” should be the one, said author Dr Shamanique Bodie- Williams, a well-respected obstetrician and gynaecologist.

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A COMIC'S VIEW: There can be another way

THIS week, I had another encounter at the barber shop and it turned out to be quite informative.

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Revolutionary device to treat urinary incontinence

Tens of thousands of Bahamian women and men have their bladder dictate their lives and reduce the quality of their every day lives.

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Low testosterone

Andropause, or male menopause, is a real health condition that thousands of Bahamian men, like their counterparts worldwide, often suffer unknowingly.

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The frustration and pain of recurrent urinary tract infections

Far too many Bahamians live their lives in misery and utter frustration as they deal with recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs). Bahamian women in particular are prone to suffer from urinary tract infections due to the female anatomy and menopause.

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‘Knowing your numbers’ is important for bladder health

November is National Diabetes Month in America. Many urological issues for both men and women are related to undiagnosed or poorly controlled diabetes, including urinary tract infections, kidney stones, urinary incontinence, overactive bladder, kidney failure and sexual dysfunction.

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Don’t let urinary leaks control your life!

Many women can unfortunately laugh, sneeze, cough and pee all at the same time. It is called stress urinary incontinence and it is a heartbreaking disorder that has tens of thousands of our Bahamian women afraid to laugh or reluctant to exercise, or even mindful when bending to lift a child because they are going to leak urine.

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All you need to know about the male menopause

Andropause, male menopause, is a real health condition that thousands of Bahamian men, like their counterparts worldwide, often suffer unknowingly.

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Older women: Changing the conversation

The “change of life” is a phrase usually applied to women going through menopause and, more often than not, is regarded as a negative happening both during that phase and when it is completed. True, for some women it can be a difficult time with dist

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Never ignore urinary symptoms

Many men, women and children have their lives controlled by their bladder issues and it often drastically reduces the quality of their lives.Afraid to drink a glass of water when away from home because of the potentially embarrassing problem of needi

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innovative surgery to revolutionise treatments

STARTING today, Bahamian urologist Dr Greggory Pinto will be performing a series of innovative surgeries that will revolutionise the treatment of urological disorders in the Bahamas.

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Blue Lagoon welcomes its youngest member: Duchess the dolphin

AN Atlantic bottlenose dolphin calf named Duchess is the “newest member of the family” at Blue Lagoon Island.

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FDA approved non-invasive treatment for urine leak

Tens of thousands of Bahamian women and men have their bladder dictate their lives and reduce the quality of their everyday lives.

Going organic for female reproductive health

Increasingly, countries around the world are paying more attention to female health. This, coupled with the growing interest in all things organic, has lead Theresa Alcock to launch her own health and beauty company called Come Back Kitty specifically for women.

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Medical experts gather for three-day conference

MEDICAL professionals will commune over best practices and industry challenges like client management and nursing shortages at their 47th annual science conference this week.

Grand Bahama hosts Menopause Seminar

TARGETING an issue that affects much older woman, new organisation Diamonds Unleashed - Empowering Women is hosting the first Menopause Seminar in Grand Bahama.

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Reconnect to your feminine roots

Mylk Goddess promotes health through 'ancestral' methods

To give Bahamian women more options when taking a more holistic approach to feminine healthcare, Moniquekell Farquharson has started Mylk Goddess, which focuses on alternative treatments and natural medicines.The home-based company provides support a

The male menopause

Andropause, the male menopause, is a real health condition that thousands of Bahamian men, like their counterparts worldwide, often suffer unknowingly. The symptoms such as low energy levels, fatigue, memory problems, cardiac and circulatory issues,