Diabetes mellitus (MEL-ih-tus), or simply, diabetes, is a group of diseases characterized by high blood glucose (sugar) levels that result from defects in the body’s ability to produce and/or use insulin. But anything from your BMI to your mood could be a sign that you’re developing this progressive loss of cognitive functioning. Well, November is Diabetes Month around the world, but why does this matter to Bermuda and who is doing anything about it? Yet the reality is all too many of us unthinkingly consume multiple amounts of that quantity each and every day in the form of just two or three sugar-saturated drinks. In 1998, he graduated from California’s Loma Linda University with a Doctorate of Medicine. Gymnasium. For more information, or to register, visit http://ow.ly/UeT7T or contact email@example.com or 295-4201.
The Rt. Showtimes are 8pm on Thursday, October 27th and Friday, October 28th and 6pm and 9pm on Saturday, October 29th (please note that the 9pm Saturday night show will contain mature language). We will be highlighting healthy carbohydrate choices — so avoiding bagels and avoiding the cornflakes and those kind of foods. According to the University of Maryland’s Medical System, commercial homeopathic arnica remedies are safe because they contain extremely small amounts of arnica. He was first appointed as Justice of Appeal of the Court of Appeal for Bermuda on 21 October 1996. He was President of the Court from 1 January 2004 to 31 December 2014. If you do not check your feet on a regular basis, infections can go unnoticed due to diabetic neuropathy.
He feels these claims are unfair and untrue, at least when it comes to Lindo’s. It was an achievement that outshone even the stunning feats of endurance the supermarket boss had raked up in the previous few years, which included multi-day trans-Alpine ultra-marathons. He served in that capacity until 1996. It is found in pregnant woman and is very important in order to sustain the pregnancy. “We are also grateful to Goslings, Dunkley’s Dairy and of course the three courses Turtle Hill, Tuckers Point, and Port Royal for their support. The cost of health care is a big factor here — in the U.S., where you have excess of amputations is where you have lower access to health care. The Hackers Cup will be awarded to the winner of the media or celebrity team following a two-day, two‐round tournament.
If you’re looking for a positive healthy start for the 1st quarter of 2016, this series is for you. Debbie Jones is a Diabetes Nurse Educator. She was educated at Warwick Academy, Toronto Western Hospital and University of Toronto. She is a Certified Diabetes Educator and has worked as a Research Nurse and managed the Bermuda Hospitals Board diabetes centre as well as coordinated international clinical research for Bermuda. For adults aged 14 and over, this will be on Friday, September 16th from 6pm until 9pm and Saturday, September 17th from 2pm until 4pm, and you are asked to bring sheet music of your preference. The cost is $55 per person and the menu will also be available on Friday and Saturday too. Jones has served as the past Vice Chair and Chair of the North American Region of International Diabetes Federation and Vice President of the International Diabetes Federation for two terms, from 2006 – 2012.
She is the current chair of the IDF Young Leaders in Diabetes Programme. She found her way at one point to the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific, and that’s where diabetes made a lasting impression that would forever change her professional path. She is the author of two children’s books, the recipient of the Outstanding Young Persons Award, a Rotary Paul Fellowes Award and was awarded the Queen’s Certificate and Badge of Honour in 1994. Dr. John Cann, MBE, MD, MPH, JP – for services to improving public health in Bermuda. Dr. Cann trained at Howard University and later at the University of North Carolina.
After a period as a Teaching Assistant at Howard University’s Department of Pediatrics, he returned to Bermuda and became the Department of Health’s Medical Officer for two years. He served as the Senior Medical Officer from 1980 – 1983 and Chief Medical Officer at the Ministry of Health from 1983 – 2011. Next Friday, September 23rd at the Bermuda Society of Arts at City Hall (BSoA) is the opening night of Mind Frame & PhotoVoice, an exhibition on the power of recovery and the human mind through art and photography by the clients of the Mid-Atlantic Wellness Institute. There are three set menus to choose from, including all your old favourites, with part proceeds going to charity. Dr. Proceeds will benefit Action on Alzheimer’s & Dementia, a Bermuda-based charity who provide services such as monthly support group meetings for caregivers and help with finding local resources. He is currently a member of the Sandys Secondary Middle School Board of Governors and a member of the Board of Trustees.
He is also a Trustee of the Packwood Home. Top Bermudian female finance professionals will give expert tips on wealth management and dealing with unexpected financial situations and the panel includes Pamela Ferreira (well-respected business woman and Barrister and Attorney who owns the largest supermarket chain on the island), Lola Myshketa (Senior Wealth Advisor at Bermuda Commercial Bank) and Tasha Jones (Private Banker at Bermuda Commercial Bank). James Amos represented Bermuda at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich. He participated in yachting, crewing for Eugene ‘Penny’ Simmons in the Dragon Class at Kiel. He also represented Bermuda in yachting as crew in the Western Hemisphere Snipe Class Championship five times with Skipper Bernard ‘Easter’ Hayward in the following events: 1960 – Buenos Aires, Argentina (winners) and Bermuda Amateur Athletes of Year Award; 1962 – Brasilia, Brazil; 1964 – Montevideo, Uruguay; 1966 – Oakville, Canada; and 1968 – Jacksonville, Florida. Mr. Amos served as an officer in the Bermuda Regiment from 1965 – 1978.
He was a member of Bermuda Olympic Association for 15 years and was the Vice President from 1988 – 1992 and represented various federations dating back to 1973. For the 1987 Pan Am Games and 1992 Olympics Games he was the Chef de Mission. He is a past Commodore for the Spanish Point Boat Club and past President for the Bermuda Yachting Association [Federation]. He was a member of Paget Parish Council from 1969 – 1996. From 1980 to 1982 he was the Vice President for the Bermuda Amateur Swimming Association, from 1980 – 1985 he chaired the Youth Advisory Council and was a trustee of Saltus Grammar School from February 1982 and then became the Chairman in May 1994 for six years. In May 1993, he received a Bermuda Government Special Achievement Award for sustained contribution in administration and development of yachting, swimming, track and field athletics and Olympics in a voluntary capacity. He has served on the board of the Bermuda Sports Hall of Fame since 2004.
Need a little more glamour in your life? He is a member of the Friends of St. Peter’s Church (Their Majesties’ Chapel) Board. He is also a Director of the St. George’s Foundation. Mrs. Judith Burgess – for services to youth development and addiction prevention in the community.
Judith Burgess has worked in drug prevention for 30 years. She is a founding member and the Executive Director of PRIDE Bermuda which was established in 1986. Mrs. Burgess serves as the Chairperson for The Bermuda Coalition and has been a Superintendent at St. John AME Church for 25 years. She has also served on the Board of the Bermuda Family Council [a government board], the boards of The Centre on Philanthropy, PRIDE International and the Eastern States Alliance of Youth to Youth in Rhode Island. She has worked with the Inter-Agency Committee for Children and Families and serves on the Bermuda Addiction Certification Board (BACB).
Mr. Alan David Frith – for services to the Bermuda Pipe Band, St Peter’s Church and St George’s. Alan David Frith, an accomplished piper, has served with the Bermuda Pipe Band for over 55 years. From 2000 – 2014 he was the Pipe Major and through his leadership, dedication and hard work has made the Bermuda Islands Pipe Band the successful organization it is today. Additionally, Mr. Frith has been the Town Crier for the Corporation of St. George for more than 11 years.
His friendly character and love for Bermuda together with his exceptionally loud and clear voice make him a natural for the role. He has represented the Town of St. Georges at overseas town crier competitions in the US, UK, Europe and Canada. David Frith has also volunteered on the St. George’s Preparatory School Trust Board, where he served as the Chair for more than a decade. He is also a trustee of the St. George’s Golf Course and throughout his life has been an active member of and participant in the Sunfish class sailing group.
Mr. Stuart Hayward – for services to the preservation of Bermuda’s natural environment. Stuart Hayward is best known as an environmental activist. He has belonged to most of Bermuda’s environmental organizations, including Keep Bermuda Beautiful, which he joined in the 1970’s. He is a life member of both the Bermuda National Trust and the Audubon Society. Mr. Hayward has spearheaded numerous environmental pressure groups.
In 1973 he co-founded the Admiralty House Park Association, which preserved the Admiralty House environs as a park for the people of Pembroke. In 1981 he cofounded Save Open Spaces. In 2006 he launched the Save-the-Gardens campaign that shielded Bermuda’s Botanical Gardens from hospital construction. He is now the President and Chief Advocacy Officer of the Bermuda Environmental Sustainability Taskforce [BEST]. He has served on several Government boards, most recently the Environmental Authority, which he Chairs. In 1989 Mr. Hayward was elected to Bermuda’s legislature where he served four years as the lone Independent Member of Parliament.
Stuart Hayward had an extensive career as a journalist, having written for Bermuda Business magazine, the Bermuda Times, the Mid-Ocean News and, most recently, the Bermuda Sun. For ten years he wrote a monthly column for The Bermudian Magazine. His major writing achievement was as co-author and co-editor of the book Bermuda’s Delicate Balance, published in 1981.