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The Physical Activity That Curbs Hunger
March 09, 2011
The Physical Activity That Curbs Hunger

Sure, strength training and aerobic exercise can help you work off those extra calories. But it might also help you say no to them in the first place. Thatís just what a recent small study showed. People who lifted weights for 60 minutes - or ran on a treadmill - felt less hungry than those who didnít work out. In fact, a good workout could suppress your appetite for as long as 2 hours afterward.

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June 27, 2011
Robinson, other milestone achievers remembered

Tommy Robinson was the man of the occasion on Wednesday past during the handover ceremony of the new $30 million national stadium from the People's Republic of China to The Commonwealth of The Bahamas at the Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre.

Rightly, this should be the case.
On a number of occasions in this column over the years, I have emphasized the defining moment of track and field in this co...

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June 28, 2011
MoE announces Ed Armbrister Summer Baseball League

Famous Bahamian sports personalities recently gathered together with officials from the Ministry of Education to announce the commencement of the Ed Armbrister Summer Baseball League, and a program to teach and develop baseball through the government schools physical education departments and its male student bodies.

Lionel Sands, Director of Education, commended the group for taking the initia...

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August 20, 2011
Back to where it all started

The old saying 'lightning does not strike the same place twice,' was tossed out the window by president of the local bodybuilding and fitness association Danny Sumner, after learning that El Salvador will host this year's regional championship.

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October 09, 2011
Team Bahamas maintainstraining schedule

A more physical approach to training is being taken by the head coach for the junior women's national soccer team, Daria Adderley, in preparation for the second round of the upcoming regional tournament.
Since securing a spot in the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) Women's U-17 qualifying tournament, almost two months ago, members of the nation...

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October 20, 2011
FOR BTO RUNNERS, EVERYONE WHO CROSSES FINISH LINE IS A WINNER

FOR the past two years, a group of employees in the Bahamas Tourist Office in Plantation, Florida, have been engaged in the pursuit of a healthier lifestyle.

Team BTO-Plantation Weight Loss Challenge, has been focusing on proper nutrition and exercise with positive results, including a higher energy level along with a greater sense of well-being.

Participation in the third annual Marathon Bahama...

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Official Opening of Anatol Rodgers High School - Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham
January 20, 2012
Official Opening of Anatol Rodgers High School - Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham

The Honourable T. Desmond Bannister, Minister of Education Mrs. Elma Garraway, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education; Mr. Lionel Sands, Director of Education Mr. Julian Anderson, District Superintendent, Mrs. Myrtle McPhee, Principal, Anatol Rodgers High School Other Ministry of Education Officials and Officers: The family of the late Mrs. Anatol Rodgers School Board Members and P.T.A. Office...

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January 25, 2012
Anatol Rodgers High School officially opened two years after it opens its doors to students

The Anatol Rodgers High School opened its doors to students in 2008, but it was just last week officially opened by Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham.  The school is named in honor of the deceased Anatol Rodgers, who committed her life and talents to teaching, which is known as one of life's noblest vocations.
The prime minister said Rodgers made her mark in the field of education through encour...

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March 19, 2012
Baha Mar finalizes design of convention center

Baha Mar is finalizing the design and physical works behind a 2,000-square-foot convention center, with the aim of having it finished quickly so it can serve as a training and recruitment center.
The $2.6 billion mega resort has enlisted local contractors to perform the appraisal, Guardian Business has learned.
While in the past Baha Mar has indicated the possibility of buildings such as the conve...

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April 13, 2012
Baha Mar Academy launches career website

The Baha Mar Academy has launched a careers section on the resort's new and improved website in preparation for an anticipated 6,000 hirings.
Executives at the mega resort are encouraging Bahamians to register on the website (http://www.bahamar.com/careers/opportunities) so they can be considered for positions. The hiring procedure, however, will not truly begin in earnest until much closer to the...

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