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September 11, 2012
Five Signs Your Child May Have A Foot Problem

Foot and ankle problems in children are common but often go unnoticed.

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June 19, 2012
The pros and cons of birth control

Gone are the days when women were raised to find a husband, and their only pride and joy was in the abundance of children they bore. So-much-so, that it has almost become a rite of passage for young women to find contraception that works for them so they do not fall into a situation where they have too many children too soon, and too little means to provide for them.
According to Dr. Laura Dupuch,...

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January 03, 2012
Upbeat in the face of a dreadful prognosis

It was a struggle, but 16-year-old Ryelisa Taylor fought to see the end of the year, and has set herself up to battle through the year 2012 with a disease that has a low 20 to 30 percent survival rate.
The teenager is diagnosed with Alveolar Rhabdomyosarcoma, a cancer of the muscles that has spread to numerous places around her body. It's a disease she has been fighting for three years, which rece...

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A Christmas for the Children
December 13, 2011
A Christmas for the Children

On Saturday, December 10, the Cancer Society of The Bahamas celebrated yet another successful annual Children with Cancer and Sickle Cell Christmas party. Despite economic depression, the event went off without a hitch and was bigger and better than ever.

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November 09, 2011
NPDC Unveils 30M Vision

The Old Fort Bay Town Centre, now rising in the West, represents more than just stores, offices and restaurants.

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The best gift is your health
September 22, 2011
The best gift is your health

Your health is the best gift you can give your family was a saying the Right Reverend Laish Z. Boyd, Bishop of the Anglican Diocese in The Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands, had always heard, but never took to heart as much until three years ago when he was diagnosed with prostate cancer. 

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September 12, 2011
Press Release iSTAT Diagnostic Machine & Training

I-STAT TRAINING AT THE SOUTH BEACH CLINIC

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September 12, 2011
iSTAT Diagnostic Machine Training introduced to The Bahamas

Nassau, Bahamas - Ports
International introduces the i-STAT System from Abbott Point of Care to
the Bahamas. The i-STAT System is an advanced, handheld, diagnostic
tool that provides real-time lab-quality results within minutes to
accelerate the patient care decision-making process.  It represents the
next step in the evolution of point-of-care lab testing.

Ideal
for the family island and lo...

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August 30, 2011
The Importance of a Pap Smear

In a country where a recent study shows a significant predisposition for young Bahamian women to develop breast cancer, women old and young, with or without a family history of the disease are keen to have their annual mammogram.  With so much attention being paid to breast cancer prevention, it is easy to forget an equally important test that no woman should miss -- an annual pap smear.  A pap sm...

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July 05, 2011
The eyes are the windows to the soul...

There's a saying that the "eyes are the windows to your soul," it's no wonder that some doctors say the face is the window to your overall health, which is why you usually always get a once over of your eyes, ears, nose and mouth when you visit a medical practitioner's office. This practice while vitally important to your examination is probably the part that many people pay the least amount of a...

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