After tracking 90,000 women for 25 years, researchers in Canada found that those who received regular mammograms did not experience fewer deaths from breast cancer.
Researchers are particularly concerned about preventable cancers like those linked to alcohol, tobacco, air pollution, obesity and radiation.
After almost being derailed by local vets, the mass spay and neuter project known as Operation Potcake was a huge success. 1,220 animals were fixed in just five days.
This year’s mass spay and neuter project, Operation Potcake, is set for February 4-6 in communities around New Providence.
After a meeting between local organisers and the Veterinary Medical Association of the Bahamas it was announced that Operation Potcake will move forward as planned… and with even more foreign vets.
The chief science officer from the Okyanos Heart Institute, Dr. Leslie Miller, will address the International Stem Cell Society Global Conference in Freeport, Grand Bahamas, February 19-22, 2014.
Blood Drives at Abaco’s Cooper’s Town Clinic and the Marsh Harbour Parish Hall on the pre-Halloween weekend garnered a large number of willing participants for a record total of 70 donated pints of blood for the Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH.)
Thanks to the Sandilands Hospital Welfare Committee, the Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre is proud to announce the addition of a Welch Allyn Spot Vital Signs Monitor for the Kelly Ward.
Diabetes Education Network (DEN) welcomes endocrinologist Dr. Tanya Thompson-Badamosi to its team – and will host its first Endocrinology Clinic September 2nd-5th.