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1) Too much indoors and a lack of stimulation leads to a decrease in blood flow and a sluggish scalp, thereby creating a scale-like build-up, leading to hair loss if left unchecked:
Chutney producer Zaheer Khan, also known as the ‘D Pungalunks’ or Big Rich, is famous for serving his friends meat-filled dishes on his reality TV show ‘D’ Big Rich Lime’. Here, he makes a classic macaroni pie and adds a layer of seasoned up canned corned beef in the middle. Big Rich’s recipe for delicious Corned Beef Macaroni Pie makes the perfect Sunday lunch or potluck dish.
All that home comfort you love, but a little easier on the tummy for those who don’t do well with dairy. Bake this healthy provision pie with Naturally Almond almond milk for a perfectly rich and creamy texture, full of great flavour, easy to make and always a crowd fave.
Bring out the pone with Annie with this delicious recipe. This pone will come out looking like a piece of art with a golden crust on the outside and perfectly moist on the inside!
Soroptimist International (SI) Esperance has launched its newest project COVID Comfort. Part One of the project called was Sewing to Save Lives.
The January 26 Junior/National Schools Panorama Final almost feels like distant history in the haze of the COVID-19 lockdown—deserted schools and panyards like sleeping artefacts. Classrooms locked behind the screens of virtual teaching and learning. But, for successful Bishop Anstey & Trinity College East (BATCE) Steel Orchestra arrangers Anthony Miller and Jonathan Watson it’s no time to rest on the laurels of a memorable victory in the secondary schools’ category. BATCE last won in 2008.
The COVID-19 pandemic is transforming the way billions of people live, work, buy, and relate to one another. In the midst of fear, confusion and anxiety, the Digicel Foundation continues to engage with and deliver meaningful assistance to those most vulnerable in our population especially those that live in residential institutions like The Memisa Centre in Arima.
Flow office professionals were provided with a survivors’ guide to thriving in a shifting world when the company hosted an event to recognise their contribution to the business.
We’ve been inside for a few weeks now due to the stay at home measures. Easter holidays came and went nearly going unnoticed by most of us who have been staying home. Some students’ vacations did end as some schools have rolled out their online schooling.
The police and education sector, as well as the Children Authority, Child Protection professionals, sport practitioners, and others that genuinely care about children’s wellbeing (quality of a person’s entire life) and wellness (physical health), are concerned about what methods parents are adopting to keep a steadily-sound living environment for their family whether parent two is there or not.
It’s not surprising that there are millions of people going through adult life leading unhealthy lifestyles and a system that can treat and manage the symptoms of illness and keep you alive longer, than ever before. From the look of things if we continue with this trend it’s going to be crippling, yet we seem to be comfortable with this lifestyle. Everyone at some point in their life talks about achieving it from a holistic perspective, but most people always have an excuse as to why they can’t, won’t, or don’t want to change their complacent status.
In the campaign for social distancing there seems to be a good measure of success among most of us. As always, there are errant ones and there are those whose restlessness is at times threatening to self and community.
This quarantine life that we’ve been living may be more of a struggle for some than for others, but I’m certain we’ve all had our moments with regards to our food choices. At this time, we have been provided the opportunity to more or less be wary of what we stock up on in the refrigerator and pantry; thereby allowing us to control the one major food environment (our home) where we find ourselves most of the time. Much of the time you may ask yourself, ‘am I hungry or just bored?’ One way to determine this is to drink water in those moments. If that doesn’t help and you do feel the urge to snack, simply be conscious of your choice.
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