November 15, 2019

The Publisher speaks: Holiday Monday – who knows which one?

By Joan Wilson GOD IS GOOD – ALL THE TIME. We are having such a down pour right now (Tuesday) which we badly need. Yesterday (Holiday Monday), however was a beautiful and perfect day for the Gun Bay celebration. On my way up to Gun Bay I thought I’d be rained on according to what […]

How CBD works

From Ellevet Sciences If you are not familiar with the endocannabinoid system, then let us first give you a short introduction. It is a recently discovered system but it is very important. It is responsible for monitoring a wide range of physiological functions. When a problem occurs in any of these functions, the job of […]

Saffron defends eyes against diabetes

From Newsmax Dr. Russell Blaylock, M.D., writes: The retina of the eye is composed of neurons, glial cells (microglia and astrocytes), complex networks of connections, and specialized light receptor cells. The retina develops along with and is directly connected to the brain. As we age, the retina suffers from the same types of degeneration as […]

Signs & symptoms of breast cancer every woman should be aware of!

Most deaths related to cancer among women are due to breast cancer and it is very unfortunate to know that 1 in every 8 women gets affected by breast cancer in the United States. Surprisingly, breast cancer can also occur in men, the symptoms of which are almost the same as in women!  Although genetics […]

Recipe of the week

Blackened Fish on the Grill By WRITTEN REALITY From Yummly 4 Ingredients 20 Minutes SERVINGS: 4 Ingredients 1 pound fish fillet (fresh) melted butter redfish seasoning Instructions Allow the cast iron skillet enough time to heat up on the grill.While the skillet is heating, rinse the fish and pat dry.Dip the fish in a thin coat melted butter […]

Statement by the Chairman of the Caribbean Community on the situation in Haiti

(CARICOM Secretariat, Turkeyen, Greater Georgetown, Guyana) The Caribbean Community {CARICOM) is saddened and concerned by the deepening of the crisis in Haiti which has paralysed the normal functioning of all sectors of the country and created a situation of extreme hardship for the people. The Community deplores the destruction of property and livelihoods, the deteriorating […]

Natural cures for back pain

By Lynn Allison From Newsmax About 26 million Americans suffer from frequent lower back pain that can often be debilitating. It’s one of the most common, costly and difficult to treat chronic conditions. It interferes with work, sleep, exercise, relationships and general well-being. “Unfortunately, many forms of traditional treatment have serious side effects,” notes Terry […]

Episcopal Relief & Development launches Million Dollar Match campaign

New York, NY (November 7, 2019): Episcopal Relief & Development is kicking off its annual holiday match, offering supporters and donors the opportunity to double their impact with a donation. Thanks to a generous group of donors, for the second year in a row, contributions that Episcopal Relief & Development receives between now and the end […]

Community, culture, and good food: Time Out’s diversification model

By Sahar Amer from Reuters Community Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2019 found that publishers implementing paywalls, membership schemes and digital subscriptions over the last few years have not yet had substantial impact. It is not a new phenomenon that publishers have incorporated various revenue sources, such as events, branded content and ecommerce as part of their business models in order […]

Pesticides and its impact on our wellbeing

Pesticides are substances that are used to control “pests” that include insects and other organisms that are harmful to cultivated plants and animals. Unfortunately, these toxic poisonous substances that are used to kill targeted pests, are exposed to non-pest like beings-us humans! Pesticides are poisonous and continual exposure to it can lead to a list […]