This summer, Bahamian urologist Dr Greggory Pinto will carry out a revolutionary curative prostate cancer treatment he believes will “revolutionise” the way this illness is treated in the Bahamas.
In an interview with The Tribune, Dr Pinto said the treatment – brachytherapy – involves groundbreaking surgery which offers men who contract this form of cancer a far better chance of a normal life.
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Please note our Easter Holiday hours:
Family Medicine Center, Diabetes Education Network & Family Medicine Center Pharmacy
will be closed for the Easter Holiday as follows:
Friday, March 30th – Good Friday (closed)
Saturday, March 31st – Holiday Saturday (closed)
Monday, April 2nd – Easter Monday (closed)
We will re-open on
Tuesday – April 3rd, 2018 at 8:30am
How To Stay Safe In The Swimming Pool
DROWNING IS THE LEADING CAUSE OF UNINTENTIONAL DEATH IN CHILDREN AGES 1-4
Whether you’re using the pool for a bit of fun with family and friends, for training or working out, the pool can be a great place for everyone to enjoy.
However, to be able to enjoy such an activity to its fullest, we must always be mindful of pool safety. Usually, as soon as you mention those words pool safety, people tend to roll their eyes and sigh, feeling a boring lecture coming on about how to behave appropriately both in and around the pool!
However, while rules may seem tedious to many of us, they are essential and could be the difference between life and death.