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100 Day Challenge To Hold Free Boot Camp

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People are being given a chance to get a taste of the challenges faced by contestants in The Colonial Bermuda 100 Day Challenge with a free public boot camp. The Challenge last took place in 2013 and is now being sponsored by Colonial with 25 people taking part, who were chosen following rigorous selection process. A spokesperson for Colonial said: ...

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How HGTV's Christina El Moussa Realized She Was Undereating

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One word that perfectly describes HGTV star Christina El Moussa: nonstop. The Flip or Flop host is constantly on the go, whether she’s renovating homes, caring for her two children, or hitting the gym for high-intensity workouts. Naturally, it takes a lot of energy to lead that kind of busy life—and El Moussa’s nutritionist (and BFF) Cara Clark says she ...

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‘Luminaria Ceremony’ To Honour And Help

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On May 12 and 13, Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre invite the entire Bermuda community to honour a loved one at this year’s Relay For Life of Bermuda, while also helping to raise money to assist a worthy cause. The Luminaria Ceremony, which is sponsored by PricewaterhouseCoopers Ltd. for the third year in a row, will be held at dusk ...

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The Starbucks 'Pink Drink' Finds a Permanent Home on the Menu

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Starbucks‘ secret menu keeps getting more and more, well, not secret. The Starbucks Pink Drink, a staple for those with a sweet tooth and a passion for Instagramming and millennial pink items, has been on the coffee chain’s secret menu since June 2016. Starting today, the Pink Drink will have a permanent spot on Starbucks menus at participating stores across ...

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Dr Ball Healh Scholarship Deadline Extended

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The Ministry of Health and Seniors advised that the deadline for applications for the Dr. Barbara Ball Scholarship has been extended from 4th April to 21st April, 2017. “The scholarship will assist Bermudians with a proven financial need seeking careers or professional development in public health,” a spokesperson said. “The Dr. Barbara Ball Public Health Scholarship is available to persons ...

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Lindo’s Donates $100K For Radiation Centre

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The Lindo’s Group of Companies donated $100,000 in support of the Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre’s Radiation Therapy Initiative, which is due to open mid 2017 and will provide treatment for cancer patients and symptom relief for palliative care patients. Judy White, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors, Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre, said: “The Lindo’s Group of Companies has ...

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Aldi Has Issued a Frozen Peas Recall in 7 States

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If you grocery shop at Aldi supermarkets, check your recent purchases. The grocery store has recently issued a frozen peas recall in seven U.S. states. According to a statement from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration released today, Lakeside Foods, Inc. is voluntarily recalling almost 2,000 packages of Season’s Best Frozen Sweet Peas due to possible exposure to the listeria ...

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BHB Appoints Shields As Chief Financial Officer

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The Bermuda Hospitals Board has appointed Mr Bill Shields as Chief Financial Officer following an “extensive local and international recruitment process.” “The CFO at BHB is a legislated position in the Bermuda Hospitals Board Act 1970 and, as such, this appointment is approved by the Minister responsible for Health,” BHB said. “The CFO is responsible for financial strategy and reporting, and ...

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Intake of Added Sugars During the Early Toddler Period

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Welsh, Jean A. PhD, MPH; Figueroa, Janet MPH Sugars are a major contributor of energy in the US diet.1 These include added sugars (ASs), caloric sweeteners that are added to foods during processing or preparation, and naturally occurring sugars (NOSs), those that are an integral part of many commonly consumed foods (eg, dairy products, fruits, and vegetables). Added sugars are ...

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