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Friday, November 16, 2018

Young Leaders meet with Scottish cricketers

By Ketricia Finch St. Kitts Reporter The ICC has teamed with UNAIDS and the United Nations Cricket Funds (UNICEF) on HIV/AIDS at the CWC to further...

AIDS ‘zine publishes second edition

By L. K. Hewlett St. Kitts Reporter Focus on HIV/AIDS, a yearly magazine, has launched its second edition themed ‘Breaking the Walls of Stigma and Discrimination’. The...

The deadly scourge that is AIDS

By L. K. Hewlett You could have HIV/AIDS. Maybe you don’t. There’s only one way to know for sure — get tested. With more than  250 reported cases...

Ganglion What is Ganglion?

A Ganglion is a benign tumor (non-cancerous growth). Its name is arrived from the Greek word ‘knot’ which describes its general appearance. It is...

NUTRITION: STEP #3 IN THE 6 STEPS TO WELLNESS PLAN TO...

By Dr. Miranda Fellows A healthy immune system protects the body from infectious diseases and cancer. The Caribbean diet of high fat (mostly saturated and trans...

WHAT SHOULD MY CHILD BE EATING FOR OPTIMAL HEALTH?

By Margaret Paul Most parents want their children to be healthy, yet have no idea what kind of nutrition creates optimal health. This article can...

Who are normal people? – The psychiatrist’s view

What constitutes normality? According to Dr. Edward Glover of London, normal people are free of symptoms, unhampered by mental conflicts, secure a satisfactory work capacity,...

HAIR LOSS AND WOMEN

There is no question that many woman define their image by their hair. We all want beautiful hair. That’s why we tend to panic...

NUTRITION: STEP #4 IN THE 6 STEPS TO WELLNESS PLAN

By Dr. Miranda Fellows Conventional estimates suggest that 35 million people in the U.S. suffer from allergies of different kinds. Allergies and sensitivities cause interference...

HIV UNIT PLEASED WITH TURNOUT

By John Denny Nevis Reporter (Charlestown, Nevis) - The Nevis HIV/AIDS Unit is looking for sponsorship to have an island testing day every three months, according...

WHY DO WE GROW OLD?

Why we grow old is a mystery, a mystery that scientists may be on the verge of cracking open. Can real treatments for aging...

DANGERS OF FOOD ADDITIVES AND PRESERVATIVES

Many foods available in the market contain different types of additives and preservatives. These chemicals can give rise to certain health problems. Here is...

ARTHRITIS: NOT A SINGLE DISEASE

Continued from last week Infectious Arthritis Infectious arthritis is a form of joint inflammation caused by bacteria, viruses or fungi. Diagnosis is made by culturing the...

HIV/AIDS infection trend changing

By BABATUNDE ASIFAT Trainee Reporter Nevis As persons joined the world’s community in honouring all those who died through HIV/AIDS and those affected by the AIDS...

SKABA under new management

By Kevin Davis St. Kitts Office Manager Glen ‘Ghost’ Phillip has been appointed St. Kitts Amateur Basketball Association (SKABA) president. The basketball veteran received tremendous support during...

LEARNING ABOUT NUTRITIONAL THERAPY

By Dr. Miranda Fellows Health depends to a great extent on what one eats.  A healthy diet provides necessary energy, strengthens the immune system, thus...

THREE-DAY TUNA DIET PLAN

Three-Day tuna diet is a favorite diet plan followed by people who want instant weight loss. It is believed that you can lose around...

ELECTRONIC BALANCE – #2 OF THE SIX STEPS TO WELLNESS

Electrical pollution is killing us. Power lines, airwave communication, fluorescent lights, computers - even hair dryers - are affecting our health and energy. The...

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...

EYE SKIN CARE

Do you have dark circles under your eyes, bags under your eyes or wrinkles around your eyes? Learn what possible causes are of those...

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