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As a child of deaf adults (CODA), and today, a sign language interpreter, I had the first-hand experience of the blisses and struggles that the deaf faces.
Varsha’s date and walnut cake is sweet and perfectly spiced with warm aromatics. Rich and moist, dates naturally sweeten the cake so that less sugar is needed. Walnuts add texture while orange essence adds an extra dimension of flavour.
The addition of roasted or sautéed mushrooms provides deep earthiness and meatiness to your salad without the need for meat—making it a perfect option for vegetarians. We suggest roasting your mushrooms with fresh thyme and garlic for even more flavour.
Roasted nuts can do a lot more than just stifle your hunger; they can add valuable texture, smokiness and protein to many dishes.
Scientific research has revealed the importance of having a good night’s sleep on our physical, mental and emotional health.
Injuries come with pain and this prevents us from functioning normally. Depending on the severity, injuries can rob us of our independence, activities we enjoy and even precious sleep. Injuries can also affect families, teams and companies when people are unable to work or perform. Finding ways to prevent injuries is a growing concern for many.
Nothing is more frustrating than telling someone something and then having him or her not believe you. Even worse is having he or she tell you that you don’t know what you are talking about. It becomes even more infuriating when you have to tell a family member that their loved one needs to get help in their day-to-day activities and, the family member is still in denial.
Someone recently hinted to me that I should write an article about men and their insecurities. I’ve been debating in my head for a while how I should go about addressing this issue. I have come to realise how damaging this issue (of their insecurities) can be to men, mentally and emotionally. Now don’t get me wrong, both men and women have insecurities, but women seem to have an easier time opening up, while men, on the other hand, have insecurities that are thrust upon them since childhood. We are taught that we need to “measure up”.
JBF talks to Obed Simon, the father of one of our patients, about how his life changed after his son was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins T-cell Lymphoma.
Yoga is described as the ancient science which focuses on bringing harmony between mind, body, man and nature.
What intrigues me, ceaselessly, is the miscegenation, the melting pot of influences, which abounds in the Caribbean and more so in the southern Caribbean. It resonates through an unconditional appreciation of our plural biographies which impact on our fashion sensibilities.
Naima Thompson has been an international educator of the dramatic arts for almost 30 years and an Intern Drama Therapist with the North American Drama Therapists Association (NADTA) for two years.
Born on J’Ouvert morning in 1995, at Medical Associates in St Joseph, Tanika Durity came into the world. The third child of Earlie Durity and Francisca Lezama, she grew up as a typical child in a village setting amongst her extended family members on La Baja Road in St Joseph.
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