Health & Wellness

World AIDS events on schedule today

Since 1998, December 1 has been set aside, around the world to raise awareness of the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) pandemic, which is a result of the spread of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) infection. On this day also, those who succumbed to the disease are mourned. This year, like years in the past…
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The Foot

The human foot is a most unique organ, but it is perhaps also, the most abused of all anatomical parts. When we consider a child attempting to walk, it is amazing that it takes from nine to 12 months (sometimes more), when a young horse can walk immediately when it is born. Shoes In the…
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MAKE THAT PURPOSE KNOWN

Dear Readers, The other day I observed two strangers exit their cars at the same time and commence walking toward a store. Upon entering the store, one went to the right and the other to the left. About 30 minutes later, the stranger who entered on the left side of the store, returned to her…
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RCF donates to UsTOO and GB Cancer Society

GIVING BACK – The Rotary Club of Freeport made monetary donations to both the Cancer Society of The Bahamas, GB Branch and the Us TOO Organization. Pictured from left are Rotarian Constance McDonald; President of the Cancer Society of The Bahama Grand Bahama Branch, Lorine Miller and Rotary Club of Freeport President, Darren Cooper. (PHOTO: TFN)

The Rotary Club of Freeport continued in its community service efforts, making donations to two local non-profit organizations, the Cancer Society of The Bahamas Grand Bahama Branch and the Us TOO organization during its weekly meeting at the Ruby Swiss Restaurant. Rotary Club of Freeport President, Darren Cooper said that on being elected as president…
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