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August 01, 2013
Evaluation of stem cell research and therapy from the perspective of Christian ethics

There can be no doubt that one of the major burning issues in our nation is the matter of stem cell research and therapy. Discussion on what direction our nation should take in dealing with stem cell research has led to much heated debate often highly polarized in nature. Indeed, the dust has not settled around the controversy generated by this debate and is discussed everywhere from the halls of ...

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'Talk -- Share Your Experience -- It Could Help Someone Else'
October 16, 2012
'Talk -- Share Your Experience -- It Could Help Someone Else'

Seven years after Maxine Missick battled stage two breast cancer and survived, she is encouraging people to talk about it. Sharing their experience she said could possibly help someone else.

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October 18, 2013
Call for funeral industry regulation

A funeral director has scoffed at suggestions in the auditor general's report that "best practices" prevail throughout the funeral industry...

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July 20, 2016
We all need someone to lean on

There's a particular commercial which is aired on T.V. a lot these days, and the background music playing during the commercial is the very popular song of some years ago "Lean on Me" which I remember playing a lot when I was a professional musician. The first line of that song is in fact the title of this particular article -- we all need someone to lean on. Yes indeed we do.

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March 21, 2017
Smelly feet

A common and vexing foot problem that is often not spoken of is sweaty feet, which when left untreated leads to a smelly foot odor. This is also affectionately called "Toe Jam". Have you ever shaken hands with or touched the feet of a friend or family member and it is wet from sweat? Well, they may have hyperhidrosis. Hyperhidrosis is excessive sweating of the feet. It's slightly more common in m...

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January 23, 2017
Understanding your medications

Chances are, you've had, are taking or will be prescribed medicine by a doctor at some point. There are lots of things you should know about pharmaceuticals to increase their ability to make you better and reduce any chance of negative side effects, according to Dr. Tamara Dean, clinical pharmacist and pharmacy coordinator at Doctors Hospital Pharmacy.
Do you understand the difference between gene...

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November 03, 2016
Dr. Rudolph Moseley Jr.'s on an educational revolution

Investing in kindergarten through primary school-aged students will yield the greatest results for a country in the future, according to Dr. Rudolph Moseley Jr., executive director at Time2 (Times squared) STEM Academy, the only kindergarten through Grade 12 STEM institution in Providence, Rhode Island.

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September 21, 2016
Supporting Ailey II is a support for breast cancer support group

Sister Sister (Breast) Cancer Support Group relies on the generosity of people and corporate Bahamas to carry out its mission to offer a safe and caring environment for women (and men) whose lives have been touched by breast cancer.

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September 21, 2016
Poor service diminishing the economy

Have you noticed the declining and unacceptable level of service and productivity in our country at all levels and in all sectors?

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September 21, 2016
Supporting Ailey II is a support breast cancer support group

Sister Sister (Breast) Cancer Support Group relies on the generosity of people and corporate Bahamas to carry out its mission to offer a safe and caring environment for women (and men) whose lives have been touched by breast cancer.

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