To be or not to be - gluten-free

That is the question. Gluten-free is all the rage these days, the next 'fad'. But a fad it is not. Gluten sensitivity and Celiac disease are serious situations. Approximately 50 symptoms can be associated with gluten...

Health minister calls on region to change mindset about HIV/AIDS

Health Minister Dr Fenton Ferguson has called for a change in mindset and greater solidarity among peoples of the Caribbean to end stigma and discrimination towards people living with HIV/AIDS.This is particularly necessary among key populations ...

Health trends

According to a new study done in Canada, women's low vitamin D levels during pregnancy are linked to a higher risk of cavities in the teeth of their children.Previous studies have shown that vitamin D deficiency among mothers can lead to defects...

Increased efforts to improve health services

More efforts are being made to improve health services across the island. Minister of State with responsibility for primary health-care infrastructure, Luther Buchanan, has indicated that the Ministry of Health is on a mission to improve the primary health care sector....

Why fit women have much BETTER SEX

Researchers have made some important discoveries about the body and brain and its connection to sex and exercise...

The history of JAAP

In October 2010, the association's name was officially changed to the Jamaica Association of Administrative Professionals (JAAP)...

Agents of change

Administrative Professionals Week (APW) was established in 1952 and, today, it has become one of the largest workplace observances celebrated worldwide.

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