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COLUMN – Fit for the road

With the annual Crop Over Festival currently in full swing, by now most revelers would have picked out their prized costume, booked a spot in a Grand Kadooment band of their choosing, in anticipation of hitting the road for the big climax on August 3. That’s when thousands of mostly t-shirt clad and costumed revelers […]

COLUMN – A safer way to smoke?

It’s been many years since the hazards of smoking tobacco have been discovered and publicised. National committees have been set up to help smokers realize…

COLUMN – Herbal remedy

Herbal medicines. They can be found in health stores, supermarkets, gyms, and even the vendors’ tray at the vegetable market. From all accounts, in Barbados…

COLUMN – Eating what we grow

If you were to ask a child, any child, where fruits and vegetables come from, chances are they might say the supermarket. Understanding where these…

Barbadians represent in game fishing

Remember Me Now was the only Barbadian boat represented in the recent Tobago Game Fishing Tournament but the crew aboard acquitted themselves extremely well. The…

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Health demons

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart is worried that too much of the country’s health care spending is on treating Non-Communicable Diseases…

One touch saves a life

Almost daily technology is revolutionizing our world and particularly in the health sector, medical devices are saving and…

Art as therapy for cancer

Art as therapy for cancer

Art has become very therapeutic for cancer patients, compliments of the Barbados Cancer Support Services. And this is…

COLUMN – Asthma –– will happen but can be treated

Asthma sufferers make up more than a quarter of the people being rushed to the emergency unit of…

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