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Jamaica Gleaner Profiles in Medicine
published: Wednesday | November 14, 2007

The climate is changing and so is our HEALTH
Talking and writing about the environment is just not a very sexy topic. People generally find environmental talk esoteric because most times they can't immediately relate it to the bread-and-butter issues affecting their daily lives. Also, environmental change is often insidious...

Sporting nations but not healthy enough

Dr. David Hughes is in Jamaica as the keynote speaker for the Sir Kenneth Standard Distinguish Lecture at the opening ceremony, today, of the University of the West Indies' Faculty of Medical Sciences annual research conference. THERE ARE many cultural and sporting similarities...

Diabetes in children and teenagers

Today, November 14 is celebrated as World Diabetes Day around the world. This United Nations' recognised day, is part of a campaign which seeks to raise awareness of the prevalence of both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes in children and adolescents.

Keep your form when pumping weights

Successful weight training programmes involve following methods that have been scientifically proven to produce results.It is essential that weight trainers use very strict biomechanics when working out as poor exercise form causes cheating which makes the exercise...

Letters - The burden of forgiveness

Dear Ms.Thompson, This is a very touchy subject and your coverage was good. The title is very becoming because forgiveness is indeed a burden for the person who is wronged. It's a catch 22 - in reality nature's ordinance is for revenge. When someone hurts you the reflex...

Bicycle-related injuries are expensive

Learning to ride a bicycle is a childhood rite of passage that leaves many a youngster with fond memories - if not permanent scars on their elbows and knees.Now a study conducted by the (U.S.) Center for Injury Research and Policy at Nationwide Children's Hospital ...





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