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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

World Health Organization sets headphone standards

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts -- The World Health Organization (WHO) has decided that when it comes to loud headphones and hearing loss, enough is enough....

Public urged to help prevent spread of Gastroenteritis

Press Release NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (February 24, 2017) -- Medical Officer of Health on Nevis Dr. Judy Nisbett, says there has been an increase in...

Criminal Behaviour

By Dr. Franz Browne What is criminal behaviour? People who engage in criminal behaviour not only break the law of the land, but also act in...

RESCUE BREATHING

Rescue breathing is the simple skill of blowing air into the non-breathing patient and is needed as immediate treatment when you see that the...

Magazine to increase AIDS awareness launched

By Liz Rahaman Local media houses have been called on to become more proactive and adopt a new approach in their reporting and coverage of...

EXERCISE HELPS BOOST YOUR MOOD

Can exercise really help in boosting your mood if you suffer from depression? Well, according to some studies, it does. Find out more about...

Understanding cervical cancer

By L. K. Hewlett The Ministry of Health has joined with Sagicor Life Ltd., to raise awareness about cervical cancer and its prevention. The goal of...

Behavioral patterns must change to minimize AIDS impact

By Liz Rahaman Positive behavior change is needed if St. Kitts and Nevis is to minimize the impact of the dreaded HIV/AIDS epidemic on its...

EMOTIONS: STEP #5 IN THE 6 STEPS TO WELLNESS PLAN

Emotional Health Is Tied To Physical Well-Being By Dr. Miranda Fellows Emotion has been shown by the latest research to be a complex reaction between the...

EAR PIERCING AFTERCARE

Ear piercing has been practiced since ancient time. You need to take extreme care of your ear after ear piercing. Here are some helpful...

Dec. 1, 2018 World AIDS Day highlights knowing your status

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts -- The Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis joins the International Community once again, to observe World AIDS Day 2018 on...

Overweight – A Very Heavy Problem

By Dr. Franz Browne Why weight control? If you weigh 10% more than you should. It can be detrimental to your health. 20% more,...

Pseudoneurological conditions

What are pseudoneurological conditions? Pseudo-neurological conditions are illnesses that mimic a wide range of diseases of the nervous system, but are not caused by any...

TIPS FOR AGING HEALTHILY

Aging healthily involves ensuring one’s well being by providing all-round care, which comprises of mental fitness, physical fitness, financial security and social well being. Change...

Psychologist stresses mental health treatment’s importance for youth

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts -- The importance of utilizing protective factors in safeguarding mental health, as related cases are increasing in the Federation, especially among...

WOMEN’S HAIR LOSS PREVENTION TIPS

Like men, women too experiences hair loss. Although the frequency of hair loss in women is less severe than men, you have to consider...

Sen. Phipps describes health sector improvements

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts -– There has only been one confirmed case of vector-borne disease in 2018, Minister of State with responsibility for Health, Senator...

Multivitamin prostate warning

Taking lots of multivitamins may increase the risk of deadly prostate cancer, say US researchers. Their study showed taking multivitamins more than seven times a...

FOODS TO EAT TO LOSE WEIGHT

Do you know that you can effectively lose your body weight by changing your eating habits? There are certain foods that can help reduce...

BENEFITS OF 35% HYDROGEN PEROXIDE

Hydrogen peroxide finds uses in many walks of life. It is a very potent oxidizer. It is created by the effect of sunlight on...

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