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Earth loses all of its water

Watch as Earth loses all of its water in this new video By Mike Wehner From BGR Earth is covered in water. It’s the big blue marble, and oceans dominate its surface… but what if they didn’t? What if Earth’s oceans were 100, 1,000, or even 10,000 meters lower than they are today? Thanks to […]

Laughlintown family explores island [Cayman] life on ‘Beachfront Bargain Hunt’

By Mary Pickels From TRIB LIVE Escaping to an island retreat is a fantasy many entertain. Laughlintown residents Matt and Leigh Ann McCulty recently turned the fantasy into reality, with a little help from HGTV’s “Beachfront Bargain Hunt.” While working with a Realtor to find a home on Grand Cayman, they were asked to participate in the show. […]

Eastern Caribbean States and Kingdom of Morocco plan technical cooperation roadmap for 2020-2022

Saturday, February 8, 2020 — Rabat, Kingdom of Morocco — His Excellency Mr. Ian M. Queeley, Ambassador of the Embassies of Eastern Caribbean States to the Kingdom of Morocco recently began productive, first-round discussions with the Head of Technical Cooperation, Mr. Fiacel Farchado of the Moroccan Agency of International Cooperation (Agence Marocaine de Coopération Internationale) pursuant […]

Parkinson’s traced to malfunctioning brain cells at birth

People who develop Parkinson’s disease at a younger age (before age 50) may have malfunctioning brain cells at birth, according to a study that also identified a drug that may help these patients. At least 500,000 people in the United States are diagnosed with Parkinson’s each year. Most are 60 or older at diagnosis, but […]

Study: No clear rationale for 45% of antibiotic prescriptions

From Newsmax Nearly half of antibiotic prescriptions for Medicaid patients appear to be inappropriate, new research suggests. That kind of overprescribing raises risks for everyone, experts say, as bacteria gain more chances to mutate around the life-saving drugs. For the study, researchers analyzed 298 million antibiotic prescriptions filled by 53 million Medicaid patients between 2004 […]

Breakthrough: Gene editing creates ‘Designer’ cells that fight cancer

From Newsmax n a first, scientists have used gene-editing technology to create “designer” immune system cells that can fight tumors and survive for months in cancer patients’ bodies. It’s a proof of principle, the researchers say — and an early step toward bringing the gene-editing tool known as CRISPR into cancer treatment. CRISPR allows researchers […]

Help ensure your produce is slavery-free

By Herrana Addisu, From Freedom United When was the last time you ate an avocado?   How about olives? Peaches? Almond products?   Did you know to you that you might be consuming produce that was grown using forced labor?   If you are in the US, it’s almost certain these products were grown in California […]

Cayman: Dress for Culture Day 2020 | Friday 13 March

From Cayman National Cultural Foundation Plait a visual tapestry of beauty and harmony by dressing in your cultural clothing on Friday 13th March 2020 and represent one of the 135 + nationalities here in the Cayman Islands.ADULTS $5 | STUDENTS $3When you participate you help raise funds for the Cayman National Cultural Foundation’s programming and […]

Happy 46th Anniversary of Independence to Grenada!

OECS Commission Congratulates Government and People of Grenada Friday, February 7, 2020 — The Commission of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) extends to the Government and people of Grenada warmest congratulations on the occasion of the nation’s 46th Anniversary of Independence today, Friday 7th February.  At a flag-raising ceremony held at the OECS Commission […]