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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

WHY DO MEN SHY AWAY FROM DOCTORS?

What is it about the men and doctors? For some it’s the fear of the unknown, while for the other it’s the perpetuity of...

Yoga as an aid to curing lower back pain

The potential for yoga to be used to treat low back pain is being investigated by researchers. Millions of UK people suffer from chronic low...

RE-ESTABLISHING STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY

By Dr. Miranda Fellows Nerve and Structural interference happens when nerves or tissues are interfered with causing the life energy, which flows through them, to...

Panic attacks

What are Panic Attacks? Panic attacks are a sudden onset of acute anxiety, occurring without warning, often in particular situations such as crowded or confined...

DENTAL CORNER – Facts about flossing

(Continued from last week) How to floss • Break off about 18 inches of floss, and wind most of it around one of your middle fingers. •...

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...

What you should know about basic first aid

It is very important to have knowledge about the basic first aid steps because emergencies can happen anywhere and at anytime. Here are a few...

DENTAL CORNER – Tooth Whitening

What should you ask your dentist? You may want to start by speaking with your dentist. He or she can tell you whether whitening procedures...

AEROBIC EXERCISE

Aerobic exercise is one such form of exercise that can be a fun activity as well. Read on to know more about aerobic exercise...

Brain haemorrhage

By Dr. Franz Browne What is a Brain Hemorrhage? A brain hemorrhage is bleeding from a ruptured blood vessel in the brain. There are three types: Intracerebral hemorrhage:...

ENERGY – HIGH CARBOHYDRATE FOODS

Carbohydrates are the most important source of energy. It is mainly provided through the plant foods. Here is a list of high carbohydrate foods...

Stress in Your Life

By Dr. Franz Brown The problems of everyday life Stress is a fact of life, neither good nor bad if you learn to make use of...

Ear wax removal – not q-tips

By Madhavi Ghare Read on to find out more about ear wax and how to go about removing ear wax so that you don’t cause...

Patients encouraged to “follow-up” post prostate screening

Nearly 600 Nevisian and Kittitian men turned up Saturday (January 13) for the 11th annual free prostate screen at Occasions at Pinney and they...

That oh so painful abscess… cont’d

The common findings of inflammation—heat, redness, swelling, and pain—easily identify superficial abscesses. Abscesses in other places may produce only generalized symptoms such as fever...

PM DOUGLAS WARNS REGION ON AIDS

BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS, (CUOPM) – A warning from St. Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister Hon. Dr. Denzil L. Douglas at the 17th International AIDS Conference...

Mainly for the ladies

Whether you’ve got a nagging back, a sprained ankle, or cramps you curse each month, here’s a guide to which pain reliever works best. Workout...

DO WE LIVE TO EAT OR DO WE EAT TO LIVE?

By: Ted Salonica I ask you, what is the purpose of eating? Take some time to really think about your answer to this question. Think...

UNDERSTANDING GALLBLADDER PROBLEMS

By Jayashree Pakhare Symptoms of Gall Bladder Problems The gallbladder is the organ which absorbs inorganic bile salts and water and helps in contracting movement to release...

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...

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