May 13, 2021

The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands launches Art and Wellness-Focused Community Initiative to address the mental health issues caused by COVID-19

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George Town, Grand Cayman, Wednesday 5 May 2021: The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands (“NGCI”) has launched Art & Wellness at the Gallery, a free summer programme of community events that combine the arts and healthy habits to support country-wide wellness as part of the Cayman Islands’ recovery from the effects of the COVID-19 […]

How to easily reduce your medical costs if you have Diabetes

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Diabetes is a condition that will often last a person’s entire life. There have been cases when diabetes has been cured, though this is not common. Diabetes has been on the rise over the last few years, partly due to our diets, and partly due to the high levels of sugar contained within foods that […]

Cayman: Assistance Sought to Locate Absconded Teen – Teshay Bryan UPDATED – LOCATED

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UPDATE: Teshay Bryan, age 16 of George Town, who was reported missing on Sunday, 25 April, has been located and appears to be in good health. The RCIPS thanks the public for their assistance. Assistance Sought to Locate Absconded Teen – Teshay Bryan, 26 April Yesterday, 25 April, police received a report that 16-year-old Teshay […]

Caribbean Airlines CARPHA collaborate for healthier, safer tourism

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Port of Spain, April 26, 2021: Caribbean Airlines is collaborating with The Caribbean Public Health Agency, through its Regional Traveller Health Program (THP) to promote healthy, safer tourism, as the region opens to tourism during the COVID-19 pandemic. Both CARPHA and Caribbean Airlines are committed to safe and responsible tourism to protect the health and wellbeing […]

Segways, scooters and skateboards: The new electrified urban transportation

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  When Carl Benz applied for a patent for his “vehicle powered by a gas engine” in January 1886, he ignited what would later become a revolution in transportation. Over the centuries, improvements would be made to Benz’s idea, which ultimately led to making privately owned cars and large-scale projects like buses and subway systems central […]

Detention sacrifices trafficking survivors’ mental health

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By Miriam Karmali, Freedom United April 25, 2021 News Digest OUR CAMPAIGN ISSUES IN THE NEWS Forced laborHuman Rights Watch urges action against “unprecedented” oppression in Uyghur RegionIn a week in which U.K. parliamentarians declared for the first time that genocide is taking place against Uyghurs and others in north-west China, Human Rights Watch has called on […]

Upfield announces Vegan Menu Collaboration with Movenpick Hotel

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Upfield, the world’s largest plant-based consumer goods company, announced a collaboration between Movenpick Hotels & Resorts and its new plant-based brand – Flora Plant. As a way of promoting vegan options in Dubai’s dining scene, Movenpick’s Jumeirah Lakes Towers’ Urban Bar & Kitchen (UBK) restaurant has created two special recipes using the 100% plant-based Flora […]

Losing sense of smell from COVID-19 can wreak havoc on health

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By Lynn Allison From Newsmax Anosmia, or the inability to smell, is one of the most common side effects of COVID-19 and could be potentially deadly. Without your sense of smell, you can not detect gas leaks or spoiled food. In January, a Texas teenager pulled her family to safety after a blazing fire engulfed their […]

TEST FOR TAKE-OFF!

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BOOK AND PAY FOR COVID-19 TESTS WITH CARIBBEAN AIRLINES Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, W.I. March 26, 2021 – Caribbean Airlines is keeping abreast of innovations and services to facilitate a safe travel environment for its customers. Now, persons traveling with the airline have the added convenience of booking and paying for COVID-19 tests via the airline’s website, […]

Cayman: RCIPS requests public assistance to locate absconded teen – UPDATE – LOCATED

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From RCIPS UPDATE: Missing Teen Located 4 January 2021 The RCIPS would like to inform the public that Yadira Carter Gainga, who was reported missing on Friday, 1 January, was located yesterday evening Sunday, 3 January and is believed to be in good health. The RCIPS thanks the public for their assistance. 2 January 2021 […]