Saint James School of Medicine Column: A Brief Introduction to a Common Skin Disorder: Atopic Dermat

Saint James School of Medicine Column: A Brief Introduction to a Common Skin Disorder: Atopic Dermat

🕔09:34, 16.Sep 2011

Atopic Dermatitis also known as Atopic Eczema or Infantile Eczema is an inflammatory, chronic, non-contagious and pruritic skin disorder. Affected persons react abnormally to irritants, food, and environmental allergens and their skin becomes red, flaky and very itchy. The skin

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“You’re not that easy to forget!”

“You’re not that easy to forget!”

🕔09:25, 16.Sep 2011

Anguillians were stunned last week by the untimely passing of two prominent nationals, the late Captain Cardigan “Cardi” Hodge, an outstanding pilot and businessman, and the late Dame Bernice V. Lake QC, one of the region’s pre-eminent jurists anda distinguished

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Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

🕔09:01, 9.Sep 2011

Dear Trainers/Coaches: The recent 13 and Under Cricket Tournament concluded just over a week ago in St. Kitts. Previously, the tournament lasted two weeks, but this year it lasted only one week because several other islands seemingly found it financially

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“Every parson christen he own chile fuss!”

“Every parson christen he own chile fuss!”

🕔08:55, 9.Sep 2011

It was refreshing to hear former Chief Minister, the HonourableOsbourne B. Fleming, on “To the Point” last evening Monday, September 5, 2011. Mr. Fleming took pains to be calm and deliberate in his presentations and set the parameters for the

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“ANGUILLA IS AWAKENING”

“ANGUILLA IS AWAKENING”

🕔10:31, 2.Sep 2011

Congratulations Anguilla upon awakening to the opportunities of our “greatest unexploited national asset”… “Intellectual Property Arbitrage!”   Since the signing of international treaties with many other countries, new ways of doing business, financing and creating jobs are emerging. The new

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BEYOND TAX REFORM By Marcel Fahie

BEYOND TAX REFORM By Marcel Fahie

🕔10:28, 2.Sep 2011

Conversations, discussions, arguments, debates, controversies and verbal warfare focused on economic, financial and fiscal issues have occupied centre stage in Anguilla’s national political contest for the hearts and minds of the people of Anguilla. The process has been particularly vocal

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Ask Your Doctor: Back To School Illnesses

Ask Your Doctor: Back To School Illnesses

🕔10:20, 2.Sep 2011

As the vast majority of school children in Anguilla return to school, many health professions tend to see an increase in a number of illnesses such as coughs, colds, diarrhoea, eye infections and sore throats or strep throats.There are a

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“We got to raise the bar!” by N. Ashton Bradley

“We got to raise the bar!” by N. Ashton Bradley

🕔10:19, 2.Sep 2011

Anyone who watched the Chief Minister’s August 12th Press Conference realizes the level that politics have reached in Anguilla. The Chief seemed frustrated. As a friend of mine used to say, he seemed as frustrated as eunuch at an orgy

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“WOOSH!”

“WOOSH!”

🕔10:12, 2.Sep 2011

Many persons waited in anticipation for the “much talked about” massive rally which the Chief Minister publicized for the epicenter of his Constituency, Blowing Point, on Saturday, August 27th, 2011. It was touted as an important meeting to inform the

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Positive Living: Which Season Are You in?

Positive Living: Which Season Are You in?

🕔09:43, 2.Sep 2011

We are in the hurricane season. Constantly we are being told to be vigilant, stay alert and prepare for the changes in the weather pattern. Do you know that, just like the weather, your life too experiences different seasons and

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