January 22, 2018

Breastfeeding halves diabetes risk in women

From Siasat Daily Washington: Women who breastfeed their newborns for six months or longer significantly reduce their risk of developing diabetes by half as they get older, finds a recent study. The findings indicated that women who breastfed for six months or more had a 47 percent reduction in their risk of developing type-2 diabetes […]

Cayman Islands: Two robberies of purses reported 12-15 January, one arrest made

From RCIPS Two Robberies of Purses Reported this Weekend, 12-15 January, One Arrest Made Police received two reports of street robberies this weekend where women were threatened with a knife and their handbags stolen. The first incident occurred just before 11:30PM on Friday, 12 January on Eastern Avenue, at the junction of Bodden Road, in […]

Final 20-player rosters announced for the 2018 CONCACAF Women’s Under-20 Championship Trinidad & Tobago

Miami (Monday, January 15, 2018) – The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) made public today the official rosters for the eight Member Associations that will participate in the 2018 CONCACAF Women’s Under-20 Championship. The Women’s Under-20 Championship, which will kick off on, January 18th, will qualify three teams directly to […]

Cayman Islands woman charged with Assault GBH

Woman Charged with Assault GBH From RCIPS A woman, age 29 of East End, was arrested on Monday, 8 January, and has been charged with Assault GBH. This charge is in relation to an incident on 8 January where the woman is reported to have assaulted a man known to her. The man sustained serious […]

No need to stuck with same hairstyle, you can easily try different hairstyles

From WN The reader can analyze from the topic of the article that it may be about the women hairstyle. So yes is the answer to this question. Women are basically more crazy and fast in the matter of fashion, as comparable to men. They are profound to be well dresses everywhere or anywhere. Today, […]

This is how not to handle a complaint about misogynist behaviour

BY RACHEL THOMPSON From Mashable Heads up, companies: when a woman makes a complaint about the misogynist behaviour of a male employee, take her seriously. Sadly, this isn’t what happened when a woman complained to a UK train company about the dismissive and patronising conduct of one of their train conductors. Instead, her complaint was […]

What to eat during breastfeeding?

From WN Breastfeeding is one of the periods of the greatest nutritional requirement in a woman’s life. Through it is feeding another human being, and this implies that the mother should not neglect what she eats. Although the recommendations are not far from those that should be followed at any time of life -do a […]

Missing Person: UPDATED FOUND -Roseanna Redden, last seen Tuesday, 26 December

From RCIPS UPDATE: Roseanna Redden has been located and is in good health. Police received a report today of a missing girl who was last seen late yesterday evening, Tuesday, 26 December, around 11PM. Roseanna Redden, age 16, of Bodden Town, was last seen at a residence on Logwood Way in George Town. She has […]

Fibroid embolization now available in the Cayman Islands

From The Lake Foundation The Health Services Authority in the Cayman Islands announced on 18th December 2017 that fibroid embolization will now be available in the Caribbean territory at the Cayman Islands Hospital on Grand Cayman. This is a great step forward for the islands as it means that patients will no longer need to […]

Women’s Cricket: New Zealand will host West Indies

BY AZAD ALI From Caribbean Life New Zealand will host the West Indies in three ICC Women’s Championship matches from March 4-11, next year, before clashing again with the visitors in five Twenty20 Internationals from March 14-25. New Zealand’s head coach, Haidee Tiffen, said the presence of the reigning Twenty20 World Champions would be a […]