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Archives for January 16, 2021

Cayman: FRC announces Fathers First programme

CAYMAN ISLANDS (GIS) – The Family Resource Centre (FRC) begins its initial Fathers First programme of the year on Monday, 1 February 2021. The 10-week group sessions, running each Monday, are designed to enhance and support the skills and behaviours of fathers living apart from their children. Started in 2012, the course was set up to support […]



Travel Cayman update on travel to the Cayman Islands

Effective Thursday 14th January, 2021 travellers arriving in the Cayman Islands are required to show evidence of a negative COVID-19 PCR test result, taken no more than 72 hours prior to flight departure. Since the start of the pandemic the Government has been committed to the safety and protection of the Cayman Islands residents. The introduction of the […]

IMF / IMF Managing Director 2021 Outlook and Priorities

We are still faced with tremendous uncertainties” said IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva in her first media appearance in 2021 as she addressed the exit from the COVID-19 health crisis, the outlook for the global economic recovery, the impact from an uneven vaccination rollout, and the potential for growing inequality and poverty. “We need to […]

Staying relevant

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio Our minds are like muscles. They need exercise, change, and challenges to grow and stay relevant. We all know this to be true yet how many of us actually give ourselves permission to change? We get our news from the same sources, trust some opinions but not others, stay […]

Can a custody agreement be overturned?

Custody disputes are a terrible time for everyone involved. Not only do you face the stress of having to fight to see your children, but you also suffer knowing that you are putting them through an extremely difficult time. There will be times in child custody cases where the outcome doesn’t go your way or […]

Far fewer flu cases during past few months

The United States has far fewer flu cases than normal, and experts say it’s probably due to measures people are taking to protect themselves from COVID-19. Flu season usually peaks between December and February. Influenza typically causes about 45 million illnesses, 810,000 hospitalizations and 61,000 deaths in the United States each year, according to the […]

Study: Most COVID-19 patients have at least 1 symptom 6 months later

By Lynn Allison From Newsmax Three-quarters of COVID-19 patents still suffer from at least one lingering symptom after six months, according to a new Chinese study. Researchers followed almost 2,000 Wuhan patients who were hospitalized with COVID-19 and found that the most common post-infection symptoms were fatigue or muscle weakness and sleep problems. According to Euronews, the study […]

Dealing with an enlarged prostate naturally

By Lynn Allison From Newsmax When a man reaches age 25, his prostate begins to grow. The process known as benign prostatic hyperplasia, or BPH, is the most common form of prostate enlargement.  It happens when cells in the prostate abnormally divide and multiply, causing the organ to grow. BHP is a benign condition that doesn’t lead […]

Dr. Stuart Weiss: COVID-19 Update Friday 15-Jan-2021

By Dr. Stuart Weiss, Intelligent Crowd Solutions  Dr. Stuart Weiss, FACEP, FAAP, CBCP January 15, 2021 CoViD-19 News and Information you can trust. Welcome new members from the Rapid Test Center. Monday is a holiday so the next newsletter will be on Tuesday. Have a good weekend. Sign Up For Our Newsletter iCrowd.com website COVID-19 […]