The Fish Pregnant Women Should Eat More Often, According To The FDA


When most people are craving some animal-based protein, they’re likely to reach for chicken, beef, and pork way more often than fish. But the Food and Drug Administration is hoping to change that, or at least up people’s fish intake—especially if they’re pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or are breastfeeding. The government organization has released new advice to help people ...

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Bermuda To Host New Insurance Conference


Bermuda is set to host a new insurance market conference this spring, catering to sophisticated buyers for major hospital systems, long-term care facilities, physicians groups and health benefits and services providers from North American healthcare markets. Sponsored by the Bermuda Business Development Agency (BDA), the Bermuda Healthcare Forum, scheduled for March 15­–16, has already sold out capacity after registering 160 ...

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Drink Red Wine While Protecting Your Teeth With 'Wino Sippers'


Ah, red wine. It’s delicious, fancy, linked to heart health, and gets you just the right amount of buzzed. Its one flaw? Drinking a glass of the stuff will make your teeth look slightly vampire-y. And if you’re pairing red wine teeth with a red lipstick, well, you might just scare off a few mortals. Luckily, this innovative (albeit silly) ...

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Lamb Foggo To Be Closed For One Month


The Bermuda Hospitals Board advised that they are replacing the vinyl flooring at the Lamb Foggo Urgent Care Centre [UCC], and the UCC will be temporarily closed after Thursday, January 19th, and it is “expected to re-open for business as usual in mid-February.” Marshall Minors, Vice President, Facilities Management & Estates, comments: “We alerted the public last year that we would temporarily ...

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Victoria Beckham Used To Be ‘Addicted To Green Juice’ And Fad Diets


Victoria Beckham—singer, fashion designer, mom, and mogul—wrote an honest letter to her 18-year-old self for British Vogue, and it’s chock full of interesting Posh Spice tidbits. A few worth noting: Becks was insecure about her acne and weight while growing up, she definitely had a “love at first sight” moment with her hubby David Beckham, and she has no regrets ...

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13 Whole30 Snacks That Are Easy And Healthy


By now, you’ve probably heard of the Whole30, a 30-day elimination diet that emphasizes veggies, fruit, meat, fish, and healthy fat while banning grains, soy, dairy, legumes, added sugar, and processed food. It’s popular year-round, but right now your social media feeds are probably flooded with rants, raves, and a bajillion sweet potatoes tagged #JanuaryWhole30. While it may seem extreme, ...

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Receiver Appointed To Oversee Summerhaven


A receiver has been appointed to oversee Summerhaven, with Susan Jackson [pictured] appointed receiver until January 2018, with her role to include the “appointment and release of personnel, ensuring adequate staffing, ensuring operational policies and safety measures are in place, ensuring compliance with the requirements of the Charities Act 2014 and associated regulations and that adequate financial records are kept.” ...

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Oprah's Committed To Weight Watchers, In Spite Of Criticism


Oprah Winfrey has been open about her efforts to lose weight. She even made a video that she posted on her website about what her weight-loss journey has been like thus far. “I am one of those people who has dieted and gained and dieted and gained, and since I’ve started dieting I’ve gained 70 pounds,” the former talk show ...

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BPS Raise $5,225 In ‘Movember’ Fundraising


Detective Superintendent Sean Field-Lament as well as a team of seven Constables consisting of Daniel Cole, Anthony Smith, Khalid Pitcher, David McHugh, Ralshon Douglas, Michael Charlton and Christopher Rodrigues grew moustaches in support of the recent Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre’s ‘Movember’ men’s health awareness campaign. Combined, the eight men raised a total of $5,225, with Mr. Field-Lament being recognised ...

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