Could Life Coaching Be A Good Fit For You?


Life coaching has taken off in many parts of the world including the United States, Canada, UK and Australia. According to an article in Canada’s National Post, coaching is the second fastest growing industry in the world topped only by technology. Still, for many people in Bermuda life coaching is a relatively new concept. “Some people still have no idea ...

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Realistic Whole30 Advice From Someone Who’s Done It 3 Times


I’ve never been what anyone would consider overweight, but I have always been curvy, starting from the ripe ‘ol age of 10, when I started my period. Having DD breasts before I was even “officially” a teenager started a tumbleweed effect on my body image. Suddenly, I wasn’t the same kind of thin as the other girls in class. As ...

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Overseas Visitors To Attend Healthcare Forum


More than 160 healthcare industry specialists will converge on Bermuda this week to hear world-class speakers and experts discuss risk-management trends and challenges facing healthcare providers in the United States. Overseas delegates to the inaugural Bermuda Healthcare Forum, to be held at Rosewood Tucker’s Point March 15 and 16, include insurance brokers, lawyers, specialists in captives, finance and risk management, ...

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How This R.D. Deals With Salt and Sugar Food Cravings


Food cravings can strike for a variety of reasons. Sometimes they’re old habits, like always having something sweet after dinner. Sometimes it’s a wave of unpleasant emotions triggering your urge to dive into a bag of chips. And sometimes it’s just your body’s way of saying it needs something it isn’t getting enough of, like protein or water. Research is ...

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Audio: MPs Question AG On Cost Of Lawsuit


March 11, 2017 Opposition MPs questioned the cost of the legal expenses for lawsuit the Bermuda Government filed against Lahey Clinic, with Attorney General Trevor Moniz replying that the amounts being paid “would give an indication of the scale and scope of the work being done which is privileged information” and “it would be prejudicial to the ongoing litigation to ...

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World Kidney Day: “Kidney Disease & Obesity”


Thursday, 9 March marks the 12th celebration of World Kidney Day, and this year’s theme is “Kidney Disease and Obesity”. “Obesity has become a worldwide epidemic. In 2014 over 600 million people worldwide were affected by obesity and this number is expected to increase by 40% or more in the next decade. Obesity and overweight constitute the fifth highest risk ...

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Obesity: New Bad News on Eating Patterns, Liver Disease, and Shortened Life


Abstract The dire consequences of obesity are not limited to diabetes, high blood pressure, and osteoarthritis, because body fat cell mass increases the risk for fatty liver disease and a reduced total lifespan rises sharply. Medical journals, newspapers, and popular magazines brim with reports about the adverse effects of obesity. Yet the incidence and prevalence of obesity keeps increasing. 1,2). ...

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Starbucks Just Announced Its First-Ever Spring Cups


So long, holiday cups. Spring is almost here, and Starbucks is celebrating by dropping its first-ever collection of spring cups. The hot beverage cups come in three Easter-egg-approved pastel colors: yellow, turquoise, and light green. Each cup features large white circles in place of the Starbucks logo, with some circles decorated with springtime-themed hand-drawn designs. The white circles seem to ...

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Studio One Weights Class, Raise Funds For WRC


Studio One will host a fitness class for women this Saturday, March 11 to raise funds for the Women’s Resource Centre [WRC]. The 30 minute class starting at 9.30 a.m. will be an introduction to a new program for women offered by Studio One Certified Personal Trainers Randy Brangman and Nicole Rozon. They have designed a special weight training program ...

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