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Cayman: Traffic Advisories

From RCIPS For Cayman Academy Stride Against Cancer, 7 February Cayman Academy is hosting their Stride Against Cancer walk on Friday, 7 February, beginning at 8:30AM. Participants will travel from Cayman Academy on Walkers Road, to the Cayman Islands Cancer Society on Maple Road, and back. The event is expected to be completed by 10:30AM. […]

The Editor speaks: The Colours are raised. Battle is set to commence

International law absolutely requires a ship of war to fly its ensign at the commencement of any hostile acts, i.e., before firing on the enemy. During battle there is no purpose in striking the colours other than to indicate surrender. Nailing the colours to the mast is a traditional sign of defiance, indicating that the […]

Coronavirus: Window of opportunity to act, World Health Organization says

From BBC The World Health Organization (WHO) says there is a “window of opportunity” to stop the deadly new coronavirus becoming a broader global crisis. Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the steps taken by China to fight the virus at its epicentre were the best way of stopping its spread. Meanwhile, China’s envoy to the […]

Kia increases contribution to the fight against youth momelessness to $1 million following the Super Bowl

OECS and CDB convene Qualitative Data Analysis Workshop in Saint Lucia

Tuesday, February 4, 2020 — The OECS Commission in collaboration with the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) convened a one-week training workshop on Qualitative Data Analysis during the period 27 to 31 January 2020, in Saint Lucia. The main objectives of the workshop were to ensure that participants understood the key principles, common types, features of, and […]

Capturing the Sun

Capturing the Sun’s Texas-sized cells in the highest detail ever By Steve Dent From engadget he Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope (DKIST) started with some controversy, but its first images are already changing the field of solar science. The Maui observatory captured the highest-resolution photos of the sun ever taken, revealing detail down to a mere […]

Too few patients enrolling in cancer trials

From Newsmax Enrollment in clinical trials that can potentially extend the life of cancer patients is too low, a new study finds. Researchers at Penn State also found that white males with private health insurance and cancers that have spread, and who are treated at academic medical centers, are most likely to enroll in clinical […]

Who thought sucking on a battery was a good idea?

By Stephen S. Hall Photographs by Jonas Bardin From New York Mag Vaping is a health crisis that’s only just begun. This article was featured in One Great Story, New York’s reading recommendation newsletter. Sign up here to get it nightly. Dr. Lynn D’Andrea was standing in a small consultation room on one of the upper floors of the Children’s Wisconsin hospital this […]

Braille Lego bricks

Braille Lego bricks designed to help blind children learn From Designer Daily LEGO recently launched a new product with the purpose of helping blind and visually impaired children to learn Braille. The LEGO Foundation is testing the program, which is composed of “Braille bricks”, with each LEGO piece representing a different letter or number. These specific […]