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People’s Open 2nd Location In Acute Care Wing


People’s Pharmacy has expanded to open a second location in the Acute Care Wing of the Hospital, with the company saying People’s ACW will “bring a welcomed increase in choice of products and convenience for the hospital and surrounding area.” “In addition to having access to the pharmacy for new prescriptions and refills, customers will be able to purchase greetings ...

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Neurosurgeons harness 3-D technology to map brain during surgery


Cedars-Sinai neurosurgeons have begun using a high-definition imaging device to see inside the brain during surgery, allowing them to map safer pathways to reach and remove tumors. The device, called Brightmatter Guide, works like a GPS, providing real-time, brightly colored 3-D images that guide surgeons through the brain’s tiny neural connections while avoiding healthy tissue. Until now, neurosurgeons have relied ...

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7 Apple Cider Vinegar Facts To Know Before You Drink It


Losing weight the healthy way usually comes down to eating a healthy and balanced diet and incorporating calorie- and fat-burning workouts into your regular routine. It’s incredible to see gains after putting in all that effort, but when you’re not taking drastic measures to lose weight, it’s easy to get impatient waiting for results. Enter supplements like apple cider vinegar, ...

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New Holistic Health, Lifestyle Business Launches


Simply Well Bermuda, a new holistic health and lifestyle coaching business, has announced its official launch this week. Founded by Jenna Viera-West, a certified holistic health and lifestyle coach trained by The Institute for Integrative Nutrition & The American Association of Drugless Practitioners, Simply Well Bermuda offers private coaching for those looking to make their health a priority. Mrs. Viera-West’s ...

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This Is What A Healthy Food Blogger Eats In A Day


Healthy eating looks different for everyone. For Ella Leché, food blogger at Pure Ella and author of the 2016 book Cut The Sugar, it involves lots of deliciously sugar-free food. This week, she tells SELF’s Audrey Bruno all about her bright and beautiful plant-based, gluten-free eats. Her biggest weaknesses? Dark chocolate and spicy chai tea. Read about all of her ...

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The Author Of 'I Quit Sugar' Eats Sugar Again: Here's Why


Sarah Wilson rose to fame in 2012 after she wrote the best-selling book I Quit Sugar. The book spawned an eight-week program of the same name, as well as several cookbooks. Basically, Wilson has created an empire out of ditching sugar. But now, she says she eats some sugar. “I personally eat sugar every single day,” she said on the ...

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How An Amazing Instagram Community Helped This Woman Lose 72 Pounds


In January 2015, Lobke Meulemeester, 35, knew she had to make a change. The UK-based translator had reached a weight that made it difficult for her to complete everyday tasks. Walking short distances had her gasping for air, and she developed unbearable back pain. She also was borderline diabetic. “I couldn’t even tie up my shoe laces properly as my ...

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Symposium Held On Long Term Care In Bermuda


Bermuda’s first long term care symposium was held at BUEI on Saturday, with stakeholders from a variety of sectors exchanging information about the challenges and opportunities presented by long term care in Bermuda. The symposium facilitated by Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Health and Seniors, Dr Jennifer Attride-Stirling, and a one-year action plan on long term care under the ...

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Amazon Just Introduced The Grocery Store Of The Future


Amazon is already your go-to in the world of online shopping—seriously, can you even remember a world without Prime? So it should be no surprise then, that the site’s first big venture into brick-and-mortar retail is totally revolutionary: Amazon has introduced a brand new kind of grocery store that has no lines. In fact, it has no cash registers at ...

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