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Bring on the Best Brows with Micropigmentation

As trends in the beauty industry turn toward non-surgical procedures, which require only minimal commitment but yield maximum impact, micropigmentation has become a welcome solution for those who want to look their best. A cosmetic treatment that improves the shape and appearance of eyebrows, micropigmentation is a semi-permanent, non-invasive procedure in which natural, organic pigments are applied to the second layer of skin, or dermal layer, with the use of a micro needle. This long lasting makeup is applied by an experienced technician...

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Medical Musings with Dr. Shane Marshall: Medications and Recalls

Lettuce is one thing, but what happens when your heart medication is recalled? What went through your mind when you heard about last year’s romaine lettuce recall? For dozens of people, that E. coli outbreak meant cramps, diarrhea, vomiting...

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7 Resolutions You’ll Make this January and How to Stick to Them

January is a time of new beginnings - a wonderful time to update your outlook on life and try something new. According to scientific research, setting a measurable and realistic goal (or resolution) for oneself makes you 10-times more likely to ...

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Medical Musings with Dr. Shane Marshall: Christmas in Bermuda

What will you be doing on December 24th at around, oh, let’s say, 10 PM?  In the last week I’ve been polling patients, and here’s some of their answers:  A.V.: Just chillin’ with the missus and a nice glass of port.  B.W...

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Medical Musings With Dr. Shane Marshall: Sarcoidosis and The Body Politic

What if a foreigner moved to your country and took your job? Worse yet, what if he opened the door to your house, looked around, and said “Hmm, this looks good, I’ll just crash here”. You’d want to defend your turf. But what if you had n...

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Medical Musings with Dr. Shane Marshall: The Latest on Chips and Apples

Last month Mrs. Darrell got dropped off on Reid Street and headed into a dress shop. She was browsing through the racks when she paused, thinking, “Something’s not right.” Then she promptly slumped to the ground, unconscious. It was 11:34 ...