Regular exercise can help kids do better in school

Physical activity may not be the first thing parents or teachers think about when they want to boost a child's academic performance, but evidence supports the notion that a bit of exercise for the body is beneficial to the brain as well.

Anxiety attacks! Coping under pressure

Dealing with anxiety and stress is part of everyday living. Sometimes it's more overwhelming than we want it to be, and dealing with an overly stressful situation and anxiety attacks that leave us in panic can be very taxing.

Cuban experts here to conduct training in Ebola management

Minister of Health, Dr Fenton Ferguson, said two Cuban experts are to arrive in the island this Friday to assist with training Jamaican health and frontline workers in Ebola management.

Simple tips to manage and help prevent diabetes

According to the World Health Organization, 347 million people worldwide have diabetes. In 2012, an estimated 1.5 million deaths were directly caused by diabetes.

Eye health: facts and fiction

Everyone has heard myths about what is and isn't good for your eye health - from eating more carrots to limiting screen time. Unfortunately, many so-called facts are anything but factual, according to United States-based Dr Ryan Nakamura, a VSP Vision Care optometrist.

Charles Mattocks hosts diabetes mission in Jamaica

On Friday, celebrity chef and International Diabetes Federation's (IDF) Blue Circle champion Charles Mattocks and his team put together an event, to rival many across the world, to commemorate World Diabetes Day at the Stella Maris Prep School in St Andrew.

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