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By Bernadette Gibson
BABY boomers might be surprised to learn that many of their generation are wearing the wrong size shoes. Overtime, feet can widen or flatten, and fat padding on the sole of the feet can wear down. Weight gain or loss, activity and lifestyle changes, and foot problems can also contribute to changes in shoe fit. It is important to be fitted by a professional occasionally, rathe...
While he said no decision has been made, Prime Minister Perry Christie said he is prepared to lead the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) in the next general election, but for now he remains "focused entirely" on the remainder of this term.
Christie was responding to questions from the media about his succession and future plans politically.
"I am very secure politically, and with good health I know ...
This is the season to be merry, however it is often not a merry time for people's feet. Lots of holiday shopping usually means lots of walking and even sometimes running. In addition, it is time for lots of standing while cooking, during parties, church and even Junkanoo.
Edon Moss is one of those enterprising natives of Acklins. It seems many who came from out of the bosom of Acklins have been synonymous with proactivity. They are inclined to take charge of situations. There is this flourish that they exude. For some observers, the characteristic is too extravagant.
What can't be legitimately argued against however is their ability to attract attention. In the hi...
Aging takes its toll on your feet and ankles just as it does with the rest of the body. Last week we looked at the changes in the shape and functioning of the feet that occur with aging. But in addition to changes in the structure of the feet, there are circulatory and skin changes.
The RBC staff of Royal Bank of Canada and RBC FINCO are pleased to assist the members of the Pi Upsilon Omega Chapter of the illustrious Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, by donating 40 pairs of shoes to the organization's shoe drive, entitled 'Soles4Souls', whom Lewis Yard Primary School is the recipient.
The sounds of back-to-school season include the ringing of school bells; slamming of doors; noisy school hallways and cafeterias; and the loud moans and groans of students over tests, homework, physical education and, increasingly, their aching feet.
Defending champion Simon Lowe is hoping to recover from a broken collarbone suffered seven weeks ago to defend his Pineapple-a-thon title on June 2.
The Pineapple-a-thon triathlon covers a 500-meter swim in the beautiful Gregory Town cove, 11 kilometers (k) of hilly biking and a 5k run. Lowe, 29, one of the stars of the growing sport in The Bahamas, set the course record a year ago, in his first-e...