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Abstinence ‘an option’

11 May 2015

A SENIOR TRADE UNIONIST wants greater emphasis to be placed on abstinence in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Read More

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Six nurses per shift ‘is ideal’

11 May 2015

NURSES IN BARBADOS continue to provide care with reduced numbers, but president of the Barbados Nurses’ Association (BNA) Blondelle Mullin is looking to the day when Government finances allow for more staff to be hired. Read More

anderson-cherry

Haulers to stage protest at landfill

10 May 2015

MORE THAN 70 waste haulers and movers will park their trucks outside the Mangrove Pond Landfill in St Thomas tomorrow in their latest protest against a new disposal fee. Read More

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Ministry ‘meets targets’ in HIV battle

10 May 2015

THE NATIONAL FIGHT against HIV/AIDS in Barbados is being won. Read More

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TALKING SEX: Turning 15 and pregnant

08 May 2015

“I WAS TAUGHT from a young age to have Christian values. I knew that having sex was something that my mother had warned me to avoid... Read More

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Spotlight on autism

08 May 2015

THE ROTARY CLUB of Barbados will be holding a seminar later this month to raise awareness of autism. Read More

cynthia-forde

MPs want Psychiatric Hospital check-up

06 May 2015

THE LOW SUPPLY of drugs to treat mental illness is among the problems facing the Psychiatric Hospital. Read More

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Bajans in Canada donate health supplies

06 May 2015

THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH is singing the praises of overseas benefactors who have donated more than $250 000 worth in medical equipment and supplies. Read More

andrea-jordan

Explore link between C-sections and health problems

05 May 2015

BARBADIAN HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS should explore claims that there’s a link between birth “interventions” such as Caesarean sections and health problems which such emerging babies face later in life. Read More

juliette-bynoe-sutherland

TALKING SEX: Schools hotbeds of sex

02 May 2015

“WELL I AM REALLY NOT SURE what works for adolescents but if we put realistic pictures of sexually transmitted infections – we are sure to get some parent or teacher complaining that the material was too explicit for school-age children. I would prefer to err on the... Read More

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