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Weir urges Barbadians to learn more about Lupus

On average, 25 persons are diagnosed with lupus in Barbados each year. And the president of the Hope Foundation, Shelly Weir, is appealing to Barbadians to learn more about the autoimmune disease. “Young women are usually diagnosed with it but men to can be affected as well,” she told Barbados TODAY, following a special seminar […]

Heart diseases affecting more young people

Heart diseases affecting more young people

  President of the Heart and Stroke Foundation, Humphrey Metzgen, says more young people are falling victim to heart diseases, and this is being blamed…

COLUMN – Tackling our NDCs for good

Don’t use too much salt in your diet. Drink more water. Lessen your sugar intake. Cut back on fatty foods, and junk foods. Increase your…

COLUMN – Food safety is a must!

COLUMN – Food safety is a must!

A good meal is a delight, but we hardly ever spare a thought on whether our food is safe as we settle down to enjoy…

Wellness medicine is key

The importance of rest, exercise and good nutrition cannot be overemphasized if Barbados is to avoid the ever-increasing costs of secondary and tertiary health care,…

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COLUMN – Beating diabetes

Barbados can beat diabetes; and that’s no myth. Our health practitioners, armed with research, have been consistently trying…

COLUMN – Benefits of that early PSA

Professor Richard Wassersug, 68, is a champion for early screening to detect cancer, because he has lived with…

More cheer to Xavier

More cheer to Xavier

Nine-year-old Xavier Bertrand is still enjoying all of the wonderful gifts presented him last Friday by several companies…

Choose to live well

Worldwide, non-communicable diseases (NCDs) take the lives of over 38 million people annually, and, according to the World Health…

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