People Are Claiming Peeps Oreos Turned Their Saliva and Poop Pink


The Internet collectively freaked out over the recent debut of limited-edition Peeps Oreos. And rightfully so: The combination of vanilla Oreo cookies filled with marshmallow Peeps-flavored creme, topped with crunchy sugar crystals, of course, sounds delightful (and delicious). And now, the Internet is continuing to lose it over these special Oreos (which just hit stores two weeks ago)—but for a ...

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Minister Of Health: Budget Will Be Cut By 13%


“Because of our country’s debt and the burden of servicing that debt, we’ve had to be very disciplined about allocating funds,” Minister of Health & Seniors Jeanne Atherden, adding that, “as of April 1st, this Ministry’s budget will be cut by 13%, or $23.6 million.” Minister Atherden said, “You will all be aware of the recent outbreak of flu, and ...

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16 Slow-Cooker Dinners That Are Whole30-Approved


If you’ve decided to try out Whole30—a restrictive 30-day diet that eliminates all dairy, grains, soy, legumes, added sugars, and processed foods, and instead focuses on meat, fish, fruits, and veggies—then you’re probably in desperate need of recipes. Thanks to an enormous amount of online support, there’s no shortage of yummy ideas that comply with the rules. The only catch ...

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Tomorrow’s Voices Voted Best Autism Treatment


Tomorrow’s Voices Bermuda has announced that the Autism Early Intervention Centre has been voted “Best Autism Treatment & Prevention Centre – Caribbean” by UK-based Global Health & Pharma Magazine [GHP] as part of their 2017 Social Care Awards. Last year, Tomorrow’s Voices was anonymously nominated for the award, according to Thea Furbert, co-founder and Chair of the Board at Tomorrow’s ...

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Nikki Bascome Maintains Undefeated Record


Bermudian boxer Nikki Bascome improved his professional record to a perfect 6 & 0 after defeating Guyanese boxer Iwan Azore last night, with other local fighters also showing impressive form, with multiple bouts seeing Bermuda fighters defeat international opponents. Bascome slowed down his opponent with some measured body shots, and controlled the fight through to the end, with the judges scoring ...

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Starbucks Is Debuting Coconut Mocha and Cinnamon Almond Macchiatos


Pumpkin Spice Latte, you’ve had your season—it’s time for a new drink to have its day. Enter Starbucks, which is releasing two new seasonal macchiatos that it hopes will put a spring in your step for, well, spring. The new drinks will be filling in the gap between fall’s beloved PSL, winter’s delicious Peppermint Mocha, and summer’s refreshing Frappuccino. The ...

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Photos: Youth Fitness Initiative At Heron Bay


Yesterday, Premier Michael Dunkley, Health & Seniors Minister Jeanne Atherden and Education Minister Wayne Scott visited the Heron Bay Primary School as part of the Premier’s Youth Fitness Programme. “The public will recall that last September, as part of a collaborative effort between the Ministry of Education and the Department of Health, Premier Dunkley joined representatives from the Ministries of ...

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This Is How a Dietitian Goes Grocery Shopping on a Budget


Though stores like Whole Foods may make it seem like eating healthy has to cost a fortune (whole paycheck, am I right?), that absolutely doesn’t have to be the case. Shopping on a budget is totally doable as long as you have a few money-saving hacks up your sleeve. No one knows this better than registered dietitians. In fact, they ...

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BHB: ‘Sustained Surge In Demand’ At Hospital


Bermuda is “currently experiencing higher levels of flu and respiratory illness” and this along with an “aging and increasingly chronically ill community, as well as difficulty discharging seniors due to the lack of community nursing home facilities, has caused a sustained surge in demand,” the Bermuda Hospitals Board said, adding that this is “leading to the hospital being over capacity.” ...

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8 Healthy Thai Food Picks That Registered Dietitians Love


On those nights when you’re fresh out of meal-prepped food, too tired to cook anything, and hungry for something hand-delivered, takeout is often the only conceivable notion. Sure, classic options are known for being high in sodium, fat, calories, and the like, but just because you’re ordering in doesn’t automatically mean you’ll be stuck eating greasy grub. Take Thai food, ...

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