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September 16, 2014
The inherited blood disorder without a cure

Sickle cell disease (SCD) is an inherited blood disorder -- it is caused by a genetic abnormality in the gene for hemoglobin, which results in the production of sickle hemoglobin. When oxygen is released from sickle hemoglobin, it sticks together and forms long rods which damage and change the shape of the red blood cell. The sickle red blood cells cause the symptoms of sickle cell disease. The il...

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November 19, 2013
A natural approach to fibroid treatment

Just a mention of the word tumor can cause patients to experience a wave of terror, but according to health experts uterine fibroids that are generally non-cancerous tumors and grow in a woman's uterus are much more common that one would imagine.
Fibroids are muscular tumors that grow in the wall of the uterus.
They can grow as a singular tumor or there can be many of them in the uterus, ranging i...

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November 12, 2013
VAT bill revealed

The legislation and regulations the government drafted to guide its value-added tax (VAT) regime when it takes effect next July would tax over 80 different professions, cable bills and phone bills for all consumers, and electricity and water bills for businesses.
The Value Added Tax Bill 2013, and the Value Added Tax Regulations 2013, obtained by The Nassau Guardian, propose a flat tax rate of 15 ...

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September 24, 2013
Hospital executive questions feasibility of NHI

A leading healthcare professional is questioning the government's ability to fund its proposed National Health Insurance (NHI) as the country continues to face financial challenges...

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September 11, 2013
Doctors seek to stem outflow of Bahamians seeking treatment

As the government looks to push medical tourism as another revenue stream for the country, some medical practitioners believe The Bahamas is in a "unique" position to explore cutting-edge procedures and may not need to depend on medical tourism.
Dr. Stephen Truszkowski, a sports-based chiropractor, contemporary medical acupuncturist and partner at the Blake Integrative Medical Clinic located on Bl...

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Be Part of The First Potcakeman Triathlon
August 29, 2013
Be Part of The First Potcakeman Triathlon

The inaugural “Potcakeman” triathlon will be taking place at Jaws Beach on Saturday September 21st. The sprint distance race makes the event ideal for first-time participants...

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March 19, 2013
Problems of Sexual Dysfunction Treated with Holistic Medicine

Miami, March 19th, 2013 – Sexual Dysfunction can be treated with alternative therapies by combining
cutting edge functional diagnostic medicine with natural therapies and medical nutrition. The inclusion
of these holistic therapies is necessary when providing treatment options because, in many cases,
results have been very satisfactory.

The utilization of the latest in functional diagnostic...

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May 22, 2012
Sticking it to people

Finding a way to relax and control her weight was what originally led 49-year-old Porcia Fernander to try acupuncture. The first time she tried the treatment over the course of several weeks she lost 10 pounds and knocked a few inches off her waist. That was one of the most energizing periods of her life. She was thankful to the physician that advised her to try the Eastern alternative form of med...

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December 06, 2011
Food as medicine: The Chinese way

IMAGINE arriving at a restaurant and being greeted at the door by the resident doctor. The food you can and cannot eat for the night would be prescribed based on the doctor's on-the-spot assessment.

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